A well-written song isn’t just a poem with a bunch of notes attached; it's filled with emotion and becomes a fragrance mingled with the spirit of bygone days.
Flowers on the hillside was created as an homage to those who leave us for the spirit world. Stemming from lyrics off Bob Dylan‘s Blood on The Tracks “You’re Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go.” I'll see you in the sky above, the tall grass in the ones I love -
Physical distance doesn’t separate people, they are with you, and their memories are all around you.
Notes; Beds of clover and dark green grasses in heavenly realms. Oakmoss mixes with rose oil and geranium bourbon leading to a dry down of lemon oil and moss—the wildings of nature that lull you back to the summer of your dreams. A deep green fragrance dotted with wildflowers on a hillside and sword-shaped grasses that pierce our hearts and memories.
- Natural Wax Candle in Smoke Grey Mouth Blown Glassware
- Not a trace of petroleum-derived paraffin is used in our wax formulation.
- Composed of an exquisite blend of bespoke perfume oils and essential oils, which are phthalate-free and crafted with cotton wicking.
- Poured into artisan mouth-blown glassware exclusive to Tatine, crafted to be drink safe. Gently hand wash or place the glass in the dishwasher for use at your next celebration and let it live uniquely on.
- The box holding this candle is produced using 100% recycled paperboard. The outer wrap is made using a mix of reimagined post-consumer recycled materials that are both EU Reach and Prop 65 compliant. This package is artfully printed with craft manufacturing using repulpable foils.
CLASSIC 8 OUNCE
- up to 50 hours of a delicate fragrant atmosphere when burned properly.
PETITE 3 OUNCE BLACK WAX
- up to 16 hours of a delicate fragrant atmosphere when burned properly.
- Our petite candles are tinted black with ingredients extracted from vegetable oils that are both Prop65 and REACH compliant.
- Inky black when lit, a light grey crystallization or texture may appear on the unlit candle surface. This is considered a unique part of working with natural colorants.