Some Say Potato And Some Say Potahto, But The In End, The Nose Knows...


Whether it is the soft sweet smell of a newborn baby, the aroma of a fine wine, the acrid tobacco smell of a fine cigar, or the smell of flowers, our sense of smell is the most powerful of all five senses.  These aromas and/or scents create a sensory experience that triggers a rush of memories often long past or even seemingly forgotten. Of course based on preferences, lifestyles, and other factors, what is beautifully pleasant to one, can be extremely offensive to another based on those introductory recollections.  

Words such as heady, nose, and notes are used to describe a variety of products sold in today's marketplaces.  A heady wine is one that is rich in alcohol while having a good nose describes how the wine smells in a glass.   Candles are described by notes - Top Note - This is the initial impression the fragrance oil makes when you first smell a candle or remove the lid. ... When you are burning a candle, the middle notes are the most prominent. Base Note - also called the “Dry Down”- The base notes are what give a candle lasting qualities.



Clean, fresh, and calming. Out of the bottle, it smells like true lavender.

Ships in a 4 oz tin  $12.00 includes s&h 



If you like the Victoria Secret Cologne, you will love this candle.  A lavishly lush blend of orange, peach, cherry blossom and white jasmine.

Shipped in a 4 oz tin

$12.00 includes s&h

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A spicy blend of clove leaf and peppercorn, deepened with a warm bourbon accord.

Ships in a glass container

$15.00 includes s&h

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Notes of French lavender, lily of the valley, oakmoss, and musk are woven in this deeply romantic fragrance capturing the essence of moonlit strolls in lush gardens.

Shipped in a metal tin

$12.00 includes s&h