What are 'fragrance notes’?
The ingredients used in our perfumes start to release aromas over time as soon as they touch your skin. We call these fragrance notes. The 'top notes' deliver the dazzling first impression, usually light and fruity; the 'heart notes' are the main theme of the perfume, and often floral; while the 'base notes' are deeper, often sandalwood, amber, musk or vanilla, released in a lingering finish.
TOP – Mandarin and Lemon
HEART – Jasmine, Lily and Black Pepper
BASE – Roasted Cocoa, Sandalwood and Leather
How to use: Trim wick before lighting. Keep candle free of any foreign materials including matches and wick trimmings. Only burn the candle on a level, fire resistant surface. Do not burn the candle for more than 4 hours at a time.
Bois Nef (pronounced “Bw-ah Nef”) means ‘New Wood’ in French patois, the native language of St Lucia, and is the cocoa cote on our Rabot estate.