The smell, Dr. Watson, is afoot! Actually, a foot might not make a very good scent at all. Instead, this complex aromatic blend transports you to the famous Detective’s flat on Baker Street where he and his loyal partner, Dr. John Watson, interviewed potential clients and ruminated on cases that mystified and befuddled Scotland Yard.
Light the candle (and perhaps your pipe) and curl up with a copy of “A Study in Scarlet”, “The Five Orange Pips”, or if you are so bold: “The Valley of Fear”. This candle combines the aromas found in Holmes’ study: pipe tobacco, mahogany leather, old books, newspapers, the smell of London after a rain and a whiff of black tea and biscuits perfectly prepared by Mrs. Hudson.
How did we manage to concoct a fragrance so exotic, yet so original? How could an aroma be so relaxing, yet so thought-provoking? “Elementary.”
Top notes: Bitter Orange, Lemon, Lavender
Middle notes: Black Pepper, Roman Chamomile
Base notes: Sandalwood, Tobacco, Polished Leather