Floral Candles

Floral fragrances are one of the most popular families, and one of the broadest. Any fragrance that has a sweet and flowery scent will belong under this family, using notes such as roses, jasmine, lilies and peonies.

Interestingly, two of the most famous and most-loved floral notes are jasmine and rose. They have traditionally been found at the heart of almost every fragrance creation: they’re the perfume world’s foundation stones.

Fresh Candles

Fresh fragrances usually comprise of citrus, water and green notes. This means they have refreshing, zesty and vibrant smells. Citrus-based fragrances are usually created with lemon, mandarin and bergamot, while water fragrances are made with aquatic notes like sea spray.

Fresh candles are generally more suited to summer, some conjure up a sea breeze, while others smell like bottled sunshine. Many people find fresh fragrances give them a ‘lift’ – a quick hit of happiness.

Woody Candles

As the name suggests, woody scents are distinctive by their opulent woody character with notes coming from woods materials like trees, resin, moss, bark, pine cones and bushes but also roots. Inspired by nature, woody candles are earthy and warm. Characterised by aromatic or citrus head notes, crisp woody notes in the heart and dominant resin or wood at the base, our most popular woody candles include sensual sandalwood, fresh pine, rich vetiver and classic cedarwood.

Spiced Candles

Oriental fragrances are warm, sweet and even a little spicy. A more luxurious fragrance family, oriental fragrances vary from floral oriental, soft oriental and woody oriental. Oriental fragrances usually use more exotic and unusual notes, including vanilla, cinnamon, orris, jasmine, orchid and orange blossom. For this reason, they often smell beautifully indulgent and luxurious.