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Bitter Orange & Blackcurrant Luxury Scented Candle

Typical price $50 /
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190G

Each blend is intricate, addictive and unbelievably luxe.
Romain - one of our very favourite ‘noses’ - lives in Grasse, frequents Paris, rides a motorcycle (of course he does) and has blended the oil for this luxurious scented candle using layers of lemon and grapefruit and orange citrus essential oils for zing, and a gorgeous mix of blackcurrant and clove and nutmeg and chili (for interest). It’s fresh and sophisticated and clean, and you are going to LOVE it. An all-year round perfumed candle that also makes the perfect holiday present!

TOP: Real Orange, Aldehydes, Twists of Lemon
MID: More Orange, Blackcurrant, Clove, Nutmeg & Chili
BASE: More Orange and Grapefruit

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Bitter Orange & Blackcurrant Luxury Scented Candle is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from perfect scent for the holidays My first BP candle was White Peach, Jasmine & Musk. It was a nice floral but I didn't love it. The quality was good but it was not a fragrance I liked enough to reorder. However, this fragrance is fantastic and has very good throw. It definitely smells of oranges, but not just oranges, in addition to the blackcurrants there is also cinnamon and cloves making this smell like a Christmas pomander ball. It's a fantastic scent for autumn or winter. I will definitely reorder this. This would also make a lovely holiday gift. I saw on BP's instagram that they are changing the jars of the candles to various colours. I actually really like the simplicity of current packaging, I really hope the new jars are not ugly.
Date published: 2019-10-27