Basil & Neroli Blossom scented candle

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Basil & Neroli blossom is a fresh, lively fragrance that will brighten any home.

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Description

The Basil and Neroli Blossom scented candle is a lovely fresh fragrance with top notes of fresh basil and citrus,
supported by notes of zesty lemon and mandarin, all leading to heart notes of Neroli, rose, jasmine and
cyclamen, and finally balanced with the base notes of musk, wood and amber.

Vital statistics

Weight  of wax and fragrance:(excluding container)
200g
Height:
90mm
Diameter:
75mm
Burn time: (if burnt correctly)
45-50 hours

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Top notes

Top notes, sometimes called head notes, is the part of fragrance that you smell immediately. They are the most volatile, are the strongest scent, and evaporate very quickly. The overall scent is often named after these fragrances, as they are the most identifiable.

Heart Notes

Heart notes, also called middle notes, is the scent that emerges from a fragrance immediately after the top notes dissipate. They are usually rounder, or more mellow than top notes, and leave a lingering impression. You'll begin to notice them about thirty minutes after the candle is lit, and they are usually floral fragrances.

Base notes

The base notes of a fragrance is the scent that lingers longest, and is the scent that emerges when the heart notes begin to fade. They are the roots of fragrance, and serve to fix, or hold the strength of the heart and top notes. The scents are usually rich or deep, and are usually fragrances that are strong. Musk, vanilla, sandalwood and amber are often present here.

NEROLI OR ORANGE BLOSSOM?

Neroli is an essential oil produced from the blossom of the bitter orange tree. Its scent is sweet, honeyed and somewhat metallic with green and spicy facets. Orange blossom is also extracted from the same blossom and both extracts are extensively used in fragrances.  Orange blossom can be described as smelling sweeter, warmer and more floral than neroli. The difference between how neroli and orange blossom smel,  and why they are referred to with different names, is a result of the process of extraction that is used to obtain the oil from the blooms. Neroli is extracted by steam distillation and orange blossom is extracted via a process of enfleurage.

Additional information

Weight 507 g

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