French Anethi, work no 4.3

French Anethi, work no 4.3



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.


These fragrance infused matches gently diffuse in a top pocket or left on a desk or in a draw. Upon lighting the fragrance will be released further to provide a subtle and intimate experience that enhances the use of the match.

Top: Clean, warm and darkly fruity

Middle: Citrus and woody

Base: Smoky and earthy

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Scented matches are a relatively knew home fragrance product and enhance an already essential home product to provide a contemporary twist. The first matches were created using lengths of wood or cord that had been impregnated with flammable materials and would act in the same way as modern fuses for pyrotechnics today. The first recorded use of a match as a simple and transportable product was in 1270AD in China and have been essential in all walks of life since.

Our matches and packaging are all made by hand in the UK and contain no harmful chemicals, only natural flammable compounds and fragrance oils.

How to use

When lit, each match will release it’s aroma and gently scent the room around you. These are best used in spaces to eliminate odours such as kitchens or bathrooms but work equally well if lit in a hallway prior to guests arriving.