- Irish rock rose, davana and fresh raspberries linger sweetly upon a crisp morning breeze, tempered by a warm, earthy base of cedar, musk and patchouli. The essence of Irish countryside at dawn.
- Field roses can be found growing wild in hedgerows and along pathways across Ireland. They flower in the sunny months of June and July. For centuries Irish roses have been cultivated for their intoxicating scents in walled gardens
- Two Wick Candle hand crafted in Dublin 190g. 40 Hour burn time
- With their special formulations of wax, using beeswax and stearin, this blend gives a clean, slower burn and yet maintained their methods of craftsmanship such as hand-making of their candles.
John G Rathborne founded the company in Dublin in 1488, and since then they have pioneered in the candle making. This is the world’s oldest candle company. Over the centuries they have pioneered new techniques in candle making from their Dublin factory.
Do not burn on or near anything that could catch fire
Imported from Dublin