Tisane candle collection
A lyrical interpretation of memories, moments, music and emotions. Each abstract essence represents a different cherished rock song, mood, or place.
2 oz. soy wax candle in clear glassware.
Burn time of approximately 16 hours.
Celebration Day: A little celebration, there’s something in the air. Bitter sweet orange blossoms, neroli, and pine bark. We’re gonna dance and sing in celebration. A jubilant cascade of fragrant white blossoms from the bitter orange tree, brightened with evergreen.
Laurel Canyon: We are stardust–we are golden. An evocation of rainfall on sun drenched arid soil. Canyon wildflowers float into the air and into the rain soaked eucalyptus trees, carrying the aromas of cannabis, juicy apricots, and rustic suede. You can almost smell the music.
St. John's Wood: Looking through the bent backed tulips. Smoldering chimney smoke. Dried vines and brick walls. October’s leaves collapsed underfoot, their colors made more brilliant on the concrete by the falling rain. Smoke quietly rising from the chimneys spoke of the coziness inside the vine-walled cottages. A quintessential fall evening candle, blended with smoky vetiver and cedarwood, notes of rain soaked concrete, and autumn leaves.
Swarm of Bees: Burnt honey and wild cut field flowers for your hall. Carried in a swarm of bees, blowing in the breeze, if you go then, go with me, take me please. Passionate, powdery, pastoral bandits quietly humming. Meadows and freesia, the end of a long summer path meets golden autumn hay, sweet, smoky burnt embers, and honeycomb.