8.8 ounces (249g). 3.4 inches (8.6cm) tall.
June's: bergamot, cassis, anise, coriander, daffodil, and tonka
Inspired by the vibrant June's All Day cafe and wine bar of Austin, Texas, the candle recalls memories of late nights spent at cafes in Le Marais district of Paris and eclectic evenings in Austin's famous South Congress Avenue. It is the embodiment of ease and sophistication
Redwood: indonesian teak, purple sandalwood, char, cedar, and cinnamon
Learn to go with the grain by lighting up this well structured scent. Rare woods take root with cinnamon and clove exhibiting the joy of pairing the unexpected.
Coin: copper, rust, moss, saffron, and plug tobacco
Scorched earth and corroded copper dance like change in your pocket, while exotic spices and rare metals act as ambassadors to ancient times. Give into this eternal scent.
Lanai: coconut, pink peppercorn, orange blossom, coal, and clove
Ancient volcanic sands extend right to the edge of sweet tropic foliage in this scent, reminding us of the lush cycle of life, death, and renewal. Return to the island.
Petal: tree flowers, rose, sage, and patchouli
Magnoila, night–blooming tuberose, and purple geranium float you away while golden amber and exotic musk bring you back to earth in this hyper floral concoction
Cedar Stack: firewood, smoke, charcoal, palo santo, and hay
Sometimes you have to burn everything down to start new. Notes of dry hay and black coals with a lingering accord of juniper berry throughout the burn of this modern, smoky scent.
MSSR. Blanchy: ginger root, peppercorn, grapefruit, and leather
Named after French colonist Paul Blanchy, the expat who made fortunes exporting peppercorns from Vietnam in the 1870's. A bold journey through spicy ginger, fresh cut grapefruit, and tanned leather. Complex and adventurous.
Kush: cannabis, suede, white musk, tulip, and amber
Green, bright, and a wisp of delicate floral. As the cannabis flowers and brushed suede warm up, the amber accord grounds this dank and intoxicating scent. A perennial favorite.
Gardener: tomato, petitgrain, white tea, and honeysuckle
Citrus groves and tomato gardens give vibrance to this scent of flora still clinging to the vine. Dominant notes of orange tree bark, tomato juice are rounded by drops of honeysuckle nectar.
Prunus: oakmoss, fig, plum, vanilla, and yuzu
Oriental notes of yuzu and Asian plum play dominant roles to create a fruit forward scent. Grounded in earthy oakmoss, it remains feminine and lush.