Essential Oil Candles in Tins
I found these candles at a trade show I went to and it's not often I get stopped in my tracks, but these just did it for me. They're attractively packaged, contain nice, clean burning soy wax and just have such a beautiful set of blends of essential oils in them that I had to stock them. So here they are. They won't replace the diddy essential oil candles we've stocked for ages, those are a cute little impulse buy and priced so that you don't mind buying yourself a present. These Purbeck candles are more of a Gift For Other People type, or as a spluge thing for yourself, they're smart and substantial enough to be given on their own or as part of a hamper.
One of the reasons I like this range so much I guess is that the lovely lady who owns Purbeck and I seem to have similar taste in blends - we both like a blend of florals with citrusses, we're both a bit partial to patchouli and geranium. She has similar ethics (only using soy wax and essential oils) and hand makes her products in Dorset, not a million miles from us, so it seems a good fit. I hope you love them as much as I do.
Lazy Sunday Afternoon - A very relaxing blend of oakmoss, gereanium, patchouli, rosemary, sandalwood and sweet orange. That all sounds like a lot to take in but to my mind it's the perfect "background nice smell" blend (my personal favourite) - no one of those scents dominates and together they just leave a light, pleasant scent that's very easy to live with.
Hygge - Another sophisticated blend, this one is of geranium, patchouli, lavender, lemon and sweet orange. With all those citruses in there, it's fresh but the geranium and lavender keep thier floral edge with a base of woody patchouli to keep them all grounded, a great candle to burn while you're having a relaxing bath.
Chelsea Flowers - Like opening a window on a Summer's day - this blend of rose geranium, palmarosa, lavender, bergamot and cedarwood is floral, heady and with just a hint of moutwatering citrus.
Mindfulness - Is a mix of sweet orange, patchouli, sandalwood, frankincense, rosemary and myrrh, making it the sort of thing you'd smell in a spa or one of those terrifyingly expensive yoga studios. It's clever and multilayered, a very sopisticated smell and yet not overpowering.
Heavenly Citrus - This is a real 'does what it says on the tin' job, it's just jiucy and fresh and hits all the citrus notes as it should, it's made up of bergamot, grapefruit and sweet orange. A really simple scent that's super easy to live with and would be especially good if you've got pets, citrus smells do a great job of cutting through pet odours.
Herb Garden - A new one and we LOVE it. A zingy, tasty mix of familiar rosemary, lavender, thyme and sage that just hits all the right notes. This would be a great candle to have with a bath to clear your mind, focus on you and let the day go.
Market Garden - We keep selling out of this one and I think it's because it's such a simple scent. Rose geraniuim, grapefruit and cedarwood combine here to give an impression of perfume but without any cloying notes. It's clean smelling, not too feminine but pleasantly floral.
Candles supplied in aluminium tins and contain 200mls of wax, giving an estimated burning time of 45 hours.
240g shipping weight.