Fragrance & City Descriptions

Appalachian Trail (Oak Moss & Amber):   This candle is inspired by the Appalachian Trail which is the longest hiking-only footpath in the world, ranging from Maine to Georgia. It has universal appeal with rich woody and musk base notes - yet has an enchanting fusion of herbs and amber that give it a feminine touch too.

Brightleaf (Tobacco & Caramel): In 1848, the first tobacco factory was built in Durham, NC. The American Tobacco Industry run the B. Duke soon monopolized the cigarette industry. This fragrance is a blend of tobacco, caramel, and spice. It is a modern take on an old staple with a nod to the new revitalization known as the American Tobacco District in downtown.

Carolina Pine (Pine Cones): The pine tree is the official state tree of North Carolina. The nickname “Tar Heel State” originates from the colonial production of tar from the pine forests. these candles smell fresh cut pine bough and pine cone wreath. While the notes of balsam and patchouli combine with natural spruce and cedar, you can relax and be whisked away to another place - and even another time.

Catawba (Sage & Sweetgrass):. The Catawba Indian Tribe was once considered one of the most powerful tribes in the Carolina Piedmont. The sage and sweetgrass in this candle is a nod to one of the original people of this area. This candle is sweet with a green freshness that adds an earthy sophistication to any room.

Charleston (Sweet Tea & Berries): Sipping sweet tea on the front porch is a Southern tradition. This blend is not your grandma's typical iced tea but a complex tincture of currant, white tea, and enchanting floral overtones. This sophisticated blend of sweet tea and berries will remind you of a time when sitting on the front porch in a rocking chair and waving as the neighbors go by was practically an art form.

Coastal Waters: (Driftwood & Sea Spray): Slightly masculine with notes of ozone and clean woodsy notes this candle will remind you of a long walk on the beach during your last vacation.

High Cotton (Fresh Linen): Cotton has long been a staple in Southern agriculture. The phrase “high cotton” or “tall cotton” originates from the rural farming community in the antebellum (pre-Civil War) era. The term “high cotton” meant that the crops were good and the prices, were, too. The phrase has grown to mean someone is doing well or is flourishing in both wealth and happiness. This candle smells of freshly washed laundry hung to dry on the clothesline.

Homestead: (Cedarwood & Juniper): The Southern Homestead Act of 1866 opened up 46 million acres of land for Southerners to buy at low prices from the government in an effort to promote land ownership. This fragrance is an ode to those original bootstrappers who built homes on the land.

Key West: (Lime & Coconut): The blend in this hand-poured soy candle befits its namesake, the famed island city of Key West!  This soy candle with the playful aromas of coconut and key lime blend will whisk you away to an island paradise of your own. As you breathe in this candle’s scent, picture Key West’s pastel-hued, conch-style houses; cruise ships; coral reefs; and blue ocean waves!

Lexington (Apple & Bourbon): The use of the term "Bourbon" for the whiskey has been traced to the 1820s, and the term began to be used in Kentucky in the 1870s. While bourbon may be made anywhere in the United States, it is strongly associated with Kentucky in particular. This candle is a twist on the traditional apple scent with a hint of maple and bourbon. This fragrance oil is infused with essential oils, including Cinnamon.

Nashville (Honeysuckle & Jasmine): Every Southern kid can remember the summers exploring and finding wild honeysuckle flowers growing freely. This fragrance is the rich scent of Wild Honeysuckle plants in full bloom. It was a delectable summer treat sucking the sweet nectar from the flower.

New Orleans (Magnolia Blossom): The exotic bouquet of our Pink Magnolia Blossom is naturally sweet and satisfyingly bold. This complex fragrance is infused with orange and citronella natural essential oils. This fragrance will remind you of the majestic beauty of the magnolia tree with its long sweeping branches and magnificent white blossoms that sit so proudly on their perch among the ancient tree branches.

Savannah (Peach & Champagne): Nothing beats a fresh juicy peach. This aroma of fresh peach blended perfectly with a hint of the tropics create this rich, sweet, sultry scent will remind you of the old-fashioned fruit stand selling fresh Georgia peaches straight from the orchard coupled with the sweet effervescence of sparkling wine.

Southern Nights (Sandalwood & Gooseberry): This sexy blend of Sandalwood and Gooseberry, cassis and sensual amber is layered with deep woody sandalwood. This candle pure sensual enjoyment.  It's sure to convert any room into a retreat.

Southern Sunshine (Citrus & Sugar): This fragrance is a zesty blend of tangerine slices and tart grapefruit top notes with juicy kumquat, lemon, and tropical guava middle notes and covered in sugar. This candle is everything warm and Southern rolled into one incredible fragrance.

Summer Bliss: (Grapefruit & Blackberry) Summer is a special time for every kid in the South. Being outdoors, playing with your friends and eating wild blackberries are all a rite of passage.

The Bayou (Sea Salt & Succulents) Bayous can be found all throughout the South. Often seen as a slow-moving stream in a flat, marshy low-lying area. This candle captures the essence of sitting on banks while your senses are enticed with warm salty sea spray, greenery, moss and warm notes of driftwood and sunshine.

Williamsburg: (Pineapple & Sage): The blend in this hand-poured soy candle befits its namesake, the Colonial town of Williamsburg! While nobody knows exactly how the pineapple became an essential element in the Christmas decorations of Colonial Williamsburg. The sweet fruit takes center stage in this soy wax candle commemorating the city. As the soy wax melts, the playful aromas of pineapple and sage will blend will whisk you away to one of the South's most historic towns. As you breathe in this candle’s scent, picture Williamsburg’s restored shops, historic plantations, and redbrick monuments.