Voluspa candles at Anthropologie
I was long over due for another Voluspa Japonica candle. My favorite, Baltic Amber, had long since burnt. Deciding not to get stuck in a rut, I sampled some of the newer Japonicafragrances and some of the older ones that I had ignored time and again for the Baltic Amber. I kept coming back to my usual, entranced by the musky scent of the Baltic Amber. The Baltic Amber is a mix of amber resin, cedar, vanilla bean and sandalwood. I love vanilla and sandalwood so you can see the attachment to the Baltic Amber.
I ran across the French Cade and Lavender. Clearly obsessed with anything French, I decided on the French Cade because hoping that the light smell of Southern French country would bring my upcoming trip some much needed good karma (I will not discuss the passport situation). TheFrench Cade and Lavender, contain aromatics of Fench Cade Wood, lavender bulgaria, verbena and moss. The lavender is not overpowering and the verbena is a light and refreshing scent that makes the French Cade more appropriate for the season. Every fashionable woman deserves a fashionable candle. The decorative Voluspa Japonica tins alone are worth the purchase. Each is painted in a signature color that strikes with the fragrance. The 12 ounce candles burn for hours on end- 60 to be exact. You can purchase the Voluspa French Cade and Lavender and Baltic Amber for 18.00 a piece at Anthropologie.