Aquiesse Candles

 

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Shoreline Luxe Tin Candle by Aquiesse

 

We talked a lot about Aquiesse Candles around the November-December holidays last year, but burning candles is not just for the cooler months.

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French Oak Currant Travel Candle

 

Aquiesse is a leader in luxury home fragrances inspired by nature. Founded in Santa Barbara, California, more than ten years ago, they collaborate with designers and perfumers to create their suite of sophisticated and approachable scents.

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Lavender Chaparral Candle

The lavender candle shown above features spanish sage, dry chaparral, white sandalwood, and (of course) lavender. The scent is definitely lavender,  with a touch of what I would describe as woodsy and a bit herby. Sometimes, lavender can seem over-perfumed – this is not that.

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Pink Peony Candle from Aquiesse

 

These convenient travel candles burn for 20 hours and cost just $6. I use these on my bathroom counter – where space is definitely limited.

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The 11 ounce Luxe Tin Candles burn for 100 hours and include matches that are conveniently stored in the lid. The containers are double-walled and stay cool to the touch. And – unbreakable!

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My favorite scent is the Luxe Linen shown above. A barely sweet perfect combination of sandalwood and herbal tea is soft and romantic.

 

Aquiesse Candles are blended using only the highest-grade ingredients, essential oils, lead-free wicks, and pure soy wax. We love everything about these candles and the people who make them.

Author: Brush Dance

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