A Primo Candle with Eco-Friendly Wax, and a Memorable Scent
If you were a botanist, you could name these scents (in Latin), with your eyes closed. On your first inhale, you experience Vanilla planifolia. Your mind is filled with images of the vanilla orchid in all its beauty, with its soft greenish-yellow blossom that, amazingly, only lasts one day before it drops; a tropical momentary masterpiece. Suddenly you’re visited by a new scent. Inhale. Ah yes. The Abies balsamea (or as non-botanists call them, balsam fir) with its rich green needles, conical shape and strong fragrance most commonly associated with December festivities. Behind this scent is a subtle transition to cedarwood, which is actually a family of trees including the Atlantic white cedar, Chinese incense-cedar, Spanish cedar…you could go on but you’re just impressing yourself. The scent finally rests on a refreshing undertone from the Pinaceae family, commonly known as pine. What a treat, scientifically speaking.