8 oz. premium soy wax blend
Hand poured & packaged in Nashville, TN
40 hour burn time… or more
Tobacco + Musk: Tobac, spice, and everything nice. This indulgent fragrance spotlights the earthy sweetness of freshly-picked tobac leaves, seasoned nicely with spicy notes of amber and pepper. Wrapped up in a warm base of teakwood and sandalwood and brightened by a touch of grassy vetiver, wearing this scent is to emit a sophisticated concerto of soil-grown splendor.
Leather + Pine: If you’ve ever wandered into a pine forest, you likely carried its scent home with you. Inspired by that unique experience and our own trips to the Minnesota North Woods, Leather + Pine is a coniferous fragrance designed to make you and your admirers feel closer to the forest line, no matter how far you stray from it. With base notes of inky leather oil and aromatic frasier fir, layered with cedarwood and saddle soap, the resulting scent is warm and clean, with a touch of tree-sap sweetness.
Oakmoss: We created Oakmoss to be reminiscent of the moment after a storm clears when the sun shines through to unleash a palpably fresh, warm, and earthy scent from the forest floor. Seeing as Oakmoss is one of the most used raw materials in perfumery, we wanted to strip it down to its purest form to reveal how it might be experienced in its natural habitat. We did this by laying a base of warm woods, sandalwood, and cedarwood, as well as adding a touch of lavender to accentuate Oakmoss’s brighter, botanical qualities.
Birch Bark: The fire may die, but the scent lives on with Birch Bark. This bold and stripped-down fragrance starts with smoldering birch tar at the base and is swiftly stacked with cedarwood, sandalwood, and gaiac wood for a woodsy trifecta. The result is a warm, smoky aroma as distinct and alluring as a campfire on a crisp evening. If you’re looking for something earthy or element-inspired, or if you typically stray away from traditional fragrance categories, this is the one for you.
Copal: Copal brings you back to a time of sitting around the fireplace at your lake cabin as summer starts to fade and the first signs of fall come into view.