CANDLE FRAGRANCE DESCRIPTIONS

Bahama Village (Clean Linen): This scent was inspired by all the hanging clothes lines in the village. Taking a stroll through the village and you're bound to sniff out some of cleanest smelling laundry.

Blue Heaven (Pancake & Maple Syrup): Blue Heaven Famously known for their breakfast in a backyard of a Key West Conch House. We love our friends over at Blue Heaven, we wanted to give you a scent that reminded of you of an easy breezy morning. A simple scent of Maple Syrup & a buttery pancake is the quickest way to put you in a great mood. 

Butterfly Kisses (Honey Dew Melon & Strawberry): The Key West Butterfly conservatory inspired this scent. Butterflies are known to love fresh fruit juices. This sweet scent of Honey Dew & Strawberries brings you right back to your childhood memories. 

Cafe Con Leche (Espresso): Strongly influenced by the coffee shops here in Key West, with notes of ground cuban coffee beans start this scent off strong, while a touch of sugar and cream add the perfect amount of sweetness. 

Conch Republic (Sea Salt ): The famous Charter Boat Row can be found right next to Conch Harbor. This scent gives off sea salt, lush green leaves, and intoxicating freesia all resting on a relaxing base of tonka bean, amber, and a hint of musk

Driftwood (Lavender, Eucalyptus, & Cypress): Driftwood is a fresh, woodsy fragrance with an intriguing nautical edge. This candle offers a unique take on a lavender scent, marrying this timeless floral with more masculine notes of cypress, cedar, and amber.

Duval Street (Rum & Tropical Fruits): It's no secret that Key West is a drinking town with a fishing problem. With our world famous Duval Street known to be home of some the oldest watering holes in Florida. We wanted to pay tribute to all of the barmaids on this one. The famous Rum Runner has notes of sweet pineapple, tropical coconut, and citrusy orange add to the beachy aroma before the rum base notes transforms this fruity fusion into a cocktail.

Hibiscus (Hibiscus & Jasmine): Stop and smell the Hibiscus. On nearly every street corner here in Key West you’ll see a different species of Hibiscus. A flower that’s near and dear to our family, as my great grandmother won awards for her cross breeds of Hibiscus. We’d like to think a little piece of her lives on through her flowersThis scent perfectly blends perfectly with notes of Jasmine & Hibiscus. 

Key Lime Pie: Back in the 1800s, Key West sponge fishermen, called “hookers” by the locals, kept limes on board simply to prevent sickness. They’d mix the juice with sweetened condensed milk, sometimes with wild bird or maybe sea turtle eggs. They’d pour the sweet-tangy mixture over stale Cuban bread and leave it in the sun for a bit to set. It's an old tale the wives of the sponge fishermen fancied up the treat by baking it in a pie crust. But it remained the modest dessert of the working class until Sarah Jane Lowe Curry, the daughter-in-law of Florida’s first millionaire, started serving it to the kids who came to her house. They called her Aunt Sally, and she’s the mother of the Key lime pie we know today. In those days they called it lime pie. Indulge your senses with the scent of a Fresh Baked Key Lime Pie.

Palm Avenue (Coconut & Lemongrass): We put the lemongrass in the coconut.. this aroma embodies the true scent of our waterways. Light this scent and let it bring back the memories of Key West

Sandbar Sunday (Cocoa Butter & Tropical Fruits): Capturing the sweet scent of boat days. If you could bottle the summer up, this would be it. 

Seaglass (Sea Salt & Water Lily): Imagine a warm, summer ocean breeze flowing through your hair while your toes are in the sand.  With the scent of salty sea spray, seaweed, sun-weathered driftwood, and a hint of water lily. 

Southernmost (Lemon peel & Lilac): Anyone who’s visited the iconic Southernmost Bouy, representing the most southern point of the continental United States, knows the sound of the waves crashing over the wall. This scent captures that iconic scenery bring you notes of sea salt, lemon with the soft scents of lilac. 

 


Sunset Celebration ( Mango & Coconut Milk): Sunsets are a celebrated each night in Key West at the famous Mallory Square, where street performers finish off their acts as the sun touches the water. You’ll find the Coconut Man, known for his machetes skills supplying all with fresh coconut milk. Enjoy the Juicy scent of fresh mango and a touch of coconut. 

 

Seasonal: 

 

Big Pine Key (Evergreen): Theres nothing finer than a Piner. Big Pine Key is not only known for their pine trees but also the only Key Deer refuge in the Florida Keys. This scent is cozy and comforting, Big Pine Key is perfect for setting a festive holiday mood or creating the right ambience for a quiet winter evening by the fire

 

Coconut Chai Tea Latte: Cinnamon Chai captures the inviting essence of a steaming mug of this much loved, and centuries old, beverage. Top notes of cinnamon, cardamom, and orange peel awaken the heart of rich cream and spicy peppercorn, while notes of rejuvenating black tea and sweet vanilla round out the base.