The Amouge candle is simply created to chase away the autumn blues: from bright colors and life-affirming name to fresh roses, hyacinths, juicy plums and warming cinnamon in the scent pyramid.
Sous La Treille, Paul Emilien
The Paul Emilien team came up with a real teleport to one of those regions where it is customary to observe a siesta: once striking a match, as if you find yourself on a comfortable bench in the shade of a vine, and in the air pulling either a refreshing lemonade, or a fun limoncella - then whoever hears something …
Bois de Coton, D'Orsay
If the warmer months are associated with out-of-town trips, feel free to grab Bois de Coton, D'Orsay - it smells like a dry summer forest. It is worth setting fire to the fuse, and it is as if you are sitting by the fire in the thickest, but without the risk of getting a fine from the forester or starting a fire.
Le Jardin de Colette, Jardin D'Ecrivains
The famous French writer Colette, after whom the candle is named, knew Saint-Tropez well and loved this city to such an extent that she even moved there, having changed her sixties. It is easy to guess that the aroma with notes of figs, pine and jasmine transports to the Cote d'Azur, where, by the way, it is still warm.
Basil & Neroli, Jo Malone
The scent of fresh basil is the real smell of summer for everyone with their own garden. And best of all it is recreated by the novelty of this fall - Basil & Neroli, Jo Malone (the note of neroli will be especially appreciated by those lucky with a summer residence in Italy, France or Morocco, where not only greens but also citruses grow well).
Plastic strawberries, which are sold in supermarkets now, almost do not smell, but they are able to transfer to hot July for those 10 minutes while you chew them. The Baies candle will prolong the sensation for 60 hours - as long as it can burn without stopping, reproducing the same aroma with which the baskets brought from the dacha smell and the fruit and vegetable tents that appear in the city at the height of summer smell from a few meters away.
Calone 17, Le Labo
When you intolerably want to go to the ocean, it is better to give preference to the Calone 17 candle - the wizards of Le Labo managed to pack the sound of the surf and the salty sea breeze, woven with geraniums and amber, in a compact tin can. For completeness, you can pour a warm bath and put on swimming trunks.
Marche Aux Fleurs, Kobo Candles
Every summer, megalopolises begin to literally drown in flowers: tulips bloom in flower beds, violets and bells hang in cascades of garlands of controversial attractiveness, and dandelions fill surfaces that city authorities cannot reach. The candle, whose name literally means “flower market”, will create the feeling of a garden city, but without unpleasant “side effects”, be it exhaust fumes or allergies to blooms.>