Saffron, Clove Bud and Peppercorn
A rich and seductive fragrance with sharp clove bud paired with spicy aniseed, peppercorn and saffron. Deep, sensual and comforting, this fragrance evokes the heady spiced aromas of the medieval court of love.
In 1382 Geoffrey Chaucer wrote the poem Parlement of Foules to honour the engagement of King Richard II to Anne of Bohemia. This poem is one of the first references to the idea that St. Valentine’s Day is an auspicious day for lovers and love-sick souls. The dream-vision poem explores the ideas of love, erotic desire and cosmic order through a conference of birds that meet to select their mates on Valentine’s Day.
Red jar - 33 hour burn time: $25.00
Medium tin - 15 hour burn time: $15.00