Blackberry & Bay



This fragrance opens with fresh notes of blackberry leaves and blackcurrant buds, followed by a floral heart of rose, geranium, Muguet and bay. Rich notes of musks and sandalwood complete this fragrance.






Burn your candle for not more than 4 hours at a time

This is really important: on the first burn, always burn for 2—3 hrs (10cl) / 3 – 4 hours (20cl) to ensure an even melt pool. Wax has a kind of “memory” and if you want your candle to burn effectively without tunnelling, then the first burn needs to be long enough for the wax melt pool to spread to the edge or close to the edge of the container 

Place your candle in a draught free environment and on a heat proof surface

Never leave your candle unattended

If the candle starts smoking, extinguish it and trim the wick

Ensure the wick is upright, above the wax and central before the wax sets 

Always trim the wick to 5mm before lighting to avoid smoking

Extinguish when 5mm of wax remains and do not relight


My candles are made with a high quality mineral wax which is undoubtedly the best in terms of both hot and cold throw of fragrances, so whether your candle is burning or not, your environment will be beautifully scented. Mineral wax is a beneficial use and recycling of a minor by- product of the oil industry.

The fragrance oils I use are all of a luxury standard and created in the UK.

In relation to our products, it means that any candle that contains fragrance oil will have a label on it that shows clearly the contents of the fragrance oil, the product name, any hazard statements, precautionary statements, product identifier, any hazard pictograms. The information enables candle buyers to identify any constituent of a fragrance to which they may be allergic and therefore to make an informed choice about purchase

They also have on them the batch number and contact name, address and phone number for this company.

CLP stands for European Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 on classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures came into force on 20 January 2009 in all European Union (EU) Member States, including the UK.