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Rose is a very popular smell, but too often it is warped and contorted into a cartoonish, overly-idealistic version of itself. Here, the rose is presented in its natural environment; surrounded by dense briar and even the occasional passing goat.
In this candle, shivering orris root meets powdery hawthorn, all resting on petrichor and moss: Glengarriff Granite is a celebration of the overcast; a fragrance not to counter rainy days but to embrace them.
Bogs and marshes cover more than 1/6th of Ireland’s surface yet are rarely cherished. This candle takes you on an olfactory plunge into one particular bog, letting you discover the smells to be far more pleasant than previously assumed.
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