Glasshouse Fragrances has released a 1920s art-deco-inspired collection called Humidor. Each candle is poured into a glass holder decorated with art deco-inspired patterns, accented with foil and housed in a package reflective of the Gilded Age.
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The collection includes three candles:
After Hours offers notes of tobacco, spiced rum, ginger, black pepper, wood, patchouli, musk, amber, styrax, benzoin, vanilla, leather and saffron.
Heavy Petal offers notes of geranium, tulip petals, black pepper, lemon leaves, smoked lavender, oregano, cream, Indian spices, sandalwood, charcoal and patchouli.
Scarlet Nights offers notes of black cherry, apple, rum, almond, plum, rose, tobacco, sandalwood, amber and vetiver.
Nicole Eckels, founder and CEO of Glasshouse Fragrances, said, “When it comes to sensual winter fragrances there is nothing better than a scent that transports you to somewhere warm, comforting, and intriguing. The sultry scents in the Humidor collection combined with their art deco-inspired sophistication calls forth visions of bourbon-soaked lounges and a 1920s wonderland.”
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