Top 3 Candles for Fathers day

Our curated choice of candles for Father’s Day – It’s a common question “Do men love candles” of course and in fact the gentlemen that come along to the candle making workshops are more into their candles than the ladies. So with that in mind I have carefully chosen these 3 most popular to share with you and that special papa, pops, dad, daddy, pa or old man.

Highland Ghillie Candle

New to the Scottish Range – set in an apothecary tin filled with generous amounts of luscious oils and set in vegan soy wax.

Rich woody & masculine, herbaceous, thyme, Rosemary, cedar, sandalwood, vetiver and patchouli.

A Ghillie is a man who accompanies someone on a hunting or fishing trip.

£18

Black Pepper & Amber Candle

From the Signature Range set in cool matte white glass finished with gold. Nestled in the glass is a sumptuous scent of Orange, Lemon, Black pepper, Rosemary, Clove, bouquets of Jasmine, Patchouli, soft Musks and Amber emulates the perfect ambiance for a relaxing Father’s Day. 

£28

Oriental Noir Candle

You’ll see by the long list of delicious ingredients this is the epitome of Luxury, hand picked from the Luxe Range this is a special hand blown candle, specially created for Jo Macfarlane by Elin Isaksson the Scottish Glassblower. Black glass finished with delicate Gold Leaf. 

You also receive diffuser oil and reeds to enable you to enjoy the beautiful and unique vessel for longer.

A perfect addition to your interior. 

 Vibrant and captivating Bergamot, verbena, pink pepper, violet, black pepper, nutmeg, ginger, geranium, rose, iris, Indonesian patchouli, amber, vetiver, oppopanax, vanilla & musk.

£90

vegan candles

 

Our candles are free from additives that include or have been tested on our little furry friends.

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