French Anethi, work no 4.1

French Anethi, work no 4.1



When selecting oils for our fragrances we wanted to find ingredients that had never been heard of and made people want to explore, learn and enjoy a fragrance from start to finish. Anethi was an intriguing name and upon smelling the raw oil for the first time we were transported to a rich and herbaceous sun filled landscape. Originating from the parsley family, Anethi is harvested in the deepest winter to produce a fresh, sweet and slightly earthy aroma. We wanted to blend this to build a sensory experience that embodied the origin of the Anethi plant: a slightly smoky juniper combined with a light fragranced flower and a woody but citrus shadow.

Top: Clean, warm and darkly fruity

Middle: Citrus and woody

Base: Smoky and earthy

270g (approx 95mm diameter)

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Candles have been burnt and used to fragrance a room for a thousand years or more with the first candles being made of tallow or bees wax. For many years candles were used to tell the time because of their reliable burn time and ease of use. Scented candles became popular in France in the 19th century with the rise of perfumeries and advances in essential oil extraction.

How to use

Light a match and hold to the natural wick for a few seconds until it catches. Each time, a candle must be burnt for a few hours before extinguishing. Never leave a candle unattended or extinguish before the suitable time as this can be dangerous and cause uneven brining of the candle. The entire surface of the candle should form a pool of melted wax. Before reigniting ensure the wax is totally reset and trim the wick to around a quarter of an inch to insure the candle is not over burnt and it burns down cleanly with no smoke or soot.