Celebrate the raw landscape of Ireland; Irish Turflands celebrates the fresh rolling fields in a kaleidoscope of green and the warm comfort of a smokey, smouldering turf fire.
Nestled in amongst the green fields of rural Ireland are the pitch black peat bogs. Rich in nutrients, these lands have provided fuel to the nation for hundreds of years. In this scent, we've captured the freshness of the farmlands, with the sticky black bog, and the embers of burning peat. A homage to all bog cutters who have made nights nestled beside a real turf fire so very special. Go raibh maith agat [thank you].
Top Notes: Soft precious woods
Middle Notes: Amber, Vetiver, Spicy Accords
Bottom Notes: Cedarwood, Patchouli.
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What we think:
"Fresh, green but with a hint of smoke, this beautiful scent is different, delicate and intriguing. The perfect cure for the cold weather".
When to burn it:
Due to the contrast of the fresh green notes and the heaviness of the woods found in the base, we find this scent to be more suited to the autumn, winter and spring seasons.
How to use:
Best paired with our Bare Wax unscented tea lights in a traditional oil/ tea light burner or warmer.
*Please note that these are not suitable for use in electric diffusers that release steam.
Our botanical wax melts arrive beautifully packaged in a biodegradable bag, which can easily be added to the compost bin once finished its initial use.
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All of our wax melts are made with a natural wax which compliments the scent of your candle. We hand pour each wax melt with care and love, before they're left to cure for a minimum of two weeks to ensure the optimum scent. As we like to work with nature, not against it, the botanicals you receive in your wax melts may change slightly from what is pictured due to seasonal availability.