skandinavisk hibernate giftset (skog/hygge/koto) 3 x 65g

$79.96 $99.95

Giftset of 3 Mini Scented Candles

Hibernate with us in the forest, in the home, and in cosy bliss with this new giftset containing 3 mini scented candles of Swedish rapeseed wax and FSC-certified beechwood lids. The new, improved FSC-certified box is designed to be reused after the candles have been removed.

SKOG [’skuːg] Swedish/Norwegian for ‘forest’.
Scent notes: 
Pine needles and fir cones, birch sap and woodland lily of the valley.

HYGGE [’hygə] Danish for ‘cosiness’.
Scent notes: 
Black tea and mint leaves, dried apples and a dusting of baked cinnamon.

KOTO [koto] Old Finnish for ‘home’.
Scent notes: Vanilla beans and dried orange peel, Baltic amber and vintage leather furniture.

Imagine a great land hidden at the end of a long rocky track. A land populated by silent forests, silvery lakes, secluded islands and mountains of snow. Where nature dominates and seasons dictate. A land larger than Germany, France and Italy but one-tenth of the people. With more boats and bicycles than those owning them, and a border to continental Europe just sixty kilometres long.

This is a land that has plotted its own course, shaped a different way of living over centuries. Where community, consciousness and timeless values of trust, equality, respect thrive. Where its inhabitants place the greatest priority on life balance, on fellowship, family and friends, and on everyday moments of shared happiness.

Romantic? Idealistic? We think not.

It’s genuine.

Skandinavisk was started by two English chaps who fell in love with two blonde Scandinavian girls and never left. Their collection is inspired by fifteen years of travels and experiences across the Nordic region. In 2013, Skandinavisk launched their first scented candles, they made it their mission to bring to life the stories of Scandinavia through design and fragrance – whether the focus be on the local flora, so abundant in summer and frozen in winter, or the thoughtful approach to life common to all Scandinavians. Interpretations of raw nature, and of human nature.

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