Introducing a collection of fragrances that capture spring in My Texas...
Roll in the Hay - Lavender, cardamom, oakmoss and a hit of sultry amber rose. Clean and deceptively masculine. Hotter than a barn fire with none of the shame. It’s your spring fling in a candle jar.
Mango Salsa –Ripe mango, cilantro and lime. Sweet, clean and fresh. This candle smells good enough to eat.
Hay Meadow – Fresh cut grass…Earthy, green grass and dandelions. I have been wanting to capture this fragrance for a while now. The first cutting of the year. Green grass laid down on the damp earth. This fragrance is green and earthy and perfects that smell that reminds so many of us of spring.
Main Squeeze – Bright lemon, warm sugar and sunshine. Fresh squeezed lemonade in a candle. Just like grandma’s front porch.
Sweet and Trashy – a delicious mix of sweet tea and moonshine. If you like sweet, clean, and fresh and a little complex this one is guaranteed to wet your whistle and make you feel like the prettiest girl in the trailer park.
Tupelo Honey – a sweet floral marriage of honeysuckle and confederate jasmine. It’s like an evening stroll through the Deep South, without all the travel restrictions and skeeters.
Clothesline – Crisp, clean and fresh. Lavender, clean cotton, white woods, amber, and ozone. Line dried linens that give you even more reason to linger in bed.
Gully Washer- Rain falling on sweet grass. Earthy and floral with a hint of ozone, sage and for you west Texans, a little chaparral that smells just like the desert after a rain. (Also known as a turd floater around here, but that just might not sell as a candle fragrance!)