Luxury Tea Rose Shower Gel and Candle Duo

The Perfect Pairing, Vegan Friendly

1x 250ml & 1x 200g

£59.00

The Luxury Tea Rose Shower Gel and Candle Duo, a pure and charming scent, with all the grace and finesse of a London afternoon tea, steeped in Black Tea Leaves and English Rose Petals, and blended with refreshing notes of Jasmine, Bergamot and Clary Sage.

The Tea Rose Duo is a modern take on the traditional Rose fragrance. Black tea leaves ground freshly cut florals resulting in a refreshing, twist on the usual scent of the tender Rose.

All our Luxury Gift Sets are made in the UK and contain selections of our signature fragrances, hand-picked by our Founder, Katy Simpson, ‘I created the Duo combinations because there is nothing that personifies a luxurious moment more than a long hot bath, steeped in fragrance and the flickering light of a candle to relax and stimulate the senses.  When you think about the British Isles, there is nothing more elegant or steeped in tradition than afternoon tea. Memories with my grandparents and even my parents of scones and jam or putting the world to rights over a pot of freshly brewed tea are some that I hold dear to me.


Key Benefits
Our multipurpose, vegan-friendly Bath & Shower Gels can be used in the shower for a quick, richly-scented cleansing experience and a luxurious Bubble Bath for longer, more relaxing cleansing rituals. The mild yet rich foaming lather leaves skin cleansed and sumptuously scented.

Inspiration
Our English Roses are sustainably grown by Rosebie Morton of The Real Flower Company – purveyor of one of the finest collections of scented Roses in the world. Rosebie has dedicated herself to the cultivation of ‘real’ Roses with all their exquisite subtleties of hue and scent. The Real Flower Company is based on a family farm nestled within the rolling green hills of Hampshire with their floral boutique on Chelsea Green, London.Our Keemun Black Tea Leaves are sourced from Jing Tea, an exceptional British Tea company, founded by Edward Eisler, a pioneer in finding and sharing rare and precious Teas previously hidden to the world. Light and lively in taste, with malty and refreshing floral tones, this Tea is traditionally made using high-quality dried leaves grown in the Anhui province in China. Anhui is home to the famous and stunning Huang Shan Mountain range, which shelters the Tea-producing areas in a moist microcosm of swirling mists and gentle showers.Read more about the provenance of this collection here.

Fragrance Notes
At Noble Isle, we use real perfume in every product. Each perfume is expertly created by a master ‘nose’ alongside our Founder. As each note wears off, new scents, memories and emotions will reveal themselves – the definition of evocative fragrance.Top notes: Bergamot and Green Leaves Heart Notes: Black Tea, Rose & Jasmine Base Notes: Clary Sage and Musk

Ingredients
AQUA (WATER), SODIUM COCO-SULFATE, COCO-GLUCOSIDE, POLYSORBATE-20, GLYCERIN, PARFUM (FRAGRANCE), PEG-120 METHYL GLUCOSE DIOLEATE, LAURYL GLUCOSIDE, BETAINE, SODIUM CHLORIDE, SODIUM BENZOATE, CITRIC ACID, POTASSIUM SORBATE, BENZOPHENONE-4, ROSA FLORIBUNDA (ROSE) FLOWER EXTRACT, CAMELLIA SINENSIS (BLACK TEA) EXTRACT, TETRASODIUM GLUTAMATE DIACETATE, LINALOOL, LIMONENE, GERANIOL, CITRAL, CITRONELLOL, CI 14700 (FD&C RED 4), CI 42090 (FD&C BLUE 1), CI 15985 (FD&C YELLOW 6) DO NOT STORE IN DIRECT SUNLIGHT

Delivery & Returns

Mainland UK Delivery:

  • Standard Delivery: Free for orders of or above £49, or £4.95 for orders below £49. Delivered in 2-3 business days.
  • Next-Day Delivery: £6.46 for orders placed before noon, Monday to Thursday.

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Tea Rose Luxury Bath, Body & Home Collection

In the British Isles, the cup of tea could not truthfully be called a mere beverage. It is a pause, a pleasure, a punctuation mark in the day’s affairs. The grand London hotels have taken the ritual of afternoon tea and elevated it to the point of poetry. In a carefully polished tradition dating back to the middle of the 19th century, loose-leaf black tea from chests is ceremonially poured into finest bone china amid the lustre of cut-glass chandeliers, the genteel rattle of cup on saucer, and the delicate scent of roses.