Tea Rose, Luxury Scented Candle

Single-wick, Made in the UK

200gr

£42.00

64 in stock

Tea Rose is part of our Luxury Scented Candle Collection. 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.

Noble Isle Luxury Scented Candles are made in England and finished by hand with a fine balance of wax, wick and fragrance to create a superb aromatic candle that imparts ambience and warmth to a room, radiating evocative fine fragrance.

All of our luxury home fragrance formulations are made with real perfume. We are a sustainable brand from the manufacturing process to the packaging. Luxury doesn’t compromise – we have a cruelty-free, vegan-friendly Candle Collection.


Key Benefits

Made in England and finished by hand, our luxurious Candles are steeped in Noble Isle fine fragrance and impart ambience, inspiring scent and stylish accent to any room. Burn time is between 35-45 hours. They are made with a mineral blend of natural and paraffin waxes and lead-free wicks.


Inspiration

Read more about the provenance of this collection here.


Fragrance Notes
At Noble Isle, we use real perfume in every product. Each fine fragrance product is personally created by an expert ‘nose’ alongside our Founder. At Noble Isle, we use real perfume in every product. Each fine fragrance product is personally designed by an expert ‘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

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Tea Rose

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.