When you’re pressed for time, sometimes all you want to is to get away. But with work and kids and a never-ending to do list, finding an escape is not all that simple. If you can’t find the time to take a whirlwind holiday, then let Glasshouse Fragrances sweep you off to Japan without leaving your living room.
“Kyoto is the scent of an untold story of the forbidden lust and love between the emperor and a common girl. It is brought to life by Kyoto’s sensual blend of camellia, lotus and amber for a truly sacred experience.” – Nicole Eckels, Creative Director
The Kyoto candle by Glasshouse Fragrances weaves the story of forbidden love between an emperor and a common girl into your home with just a flick of a match. As the fragrance unfurls, the story begins in the Golden Pavilion’s perfect gardens, filled with sumptuous Camelia and Lotus blooms. The young and beautiful woman who tends to the gardens there dreams of a better life, living in the dark and mysterious palace. She looks up, drawn out of her daydream when the Emperor emerges from the gate. Their eyes lock and their story begins.
The candles blends the delight of modern romance with decadent oriental mystery, opening with notes of sharp lime and bergamot. The fragrance then blends into the romantic heart of Camellia and Lotus, telling of the blossom of new love.
Finally the candle opens up into soulful notes of Amber, Sandalwood and Musk, showing the new depths of their illicit love.
Now this love story has an ending but you have the opportunity to give it your own ending and win a Glasshouse Lovers Pack that’s worth over $1200, you’ve got until February 28th to come up with the ending to the story. To find out how, visit Glasshouse Candles Facebook page and you’ll find the instructions.
And that’s not all, if you purchase the Limited Edition Kyoto Candle you will receive a Japanese style fan to go with it.
Available at David Jones and selected gift stores, for your nearest stockist call (02) 9757 3080 or visit Glasshouse Fragrances website: www.glasshousefragrances.com.
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