a floral explosion, reminiscent of Spring. With top notes of clean pungent hyacinth, geranium clusters and jasmine petals blend into a heart of pink peppercorns, sparkling bergamot, and aquatic white tea accords.
This stunning fragrance reminds you of summer evenings spent on the beach in Cornwall and combines fresh bergamot, bright orange and rich amber with warming notes of exotic coconut, vanilla and almond.
Do you remember the time where you stood on a Cornish beach and just breathed in the revitalising fresh, clean air? With notes of Sicilian lemon, seaweed, rosemary and juniper, we believe we've captured it.
We've combined three complementary fragrances that evoke memories of the stunning Cornish Countryside. By taking inspiration directly from the stunning Cornish beaches, we have combined three clean and inspiring fragrances into the perfect gift set. A great addition to any home, these natural hand poured soy wax candles have a burn time of up to 20 hours each.
Our new fragrance has been created to reflect summer evenings spent on Cornish beaches leaving nothing but footprints but taking away memories. Handcrafted using natural soy wax with bergamot, orange, amber and warming notes of almond, coconut and vanilla.
Cornwall County Council's Trading Standards Service launched The ‘Made in Cornwall’ scheme, or Approved Origin scheme as it is officially known, in 1991 to protect the identity of genuine Cornish products. It introduced the distinctive Engine House logo that members of the scheme can use on their products so that the public can buy goods safe in the knowledge that what they are purchasing is indeed Made in Cornwall.
Before products are allowed to carry the Made in Cornwall logo they need to be assessed by Trading Standards to ensure that they are indeed being made in Cornwall, that the business attempts to source ingredients or raw materials from within the County (with extra merit given to those that do) and that the finished products comply with the relevant UK and EU regulations. Therefore any business wishing to become a member of the Scheme will firstly receive a visit from the Trading Standards Team.