3 June, 2013
Eco choic candles
TREE launches Australian Sniff soy candles

Eco-furniture store TREE (also a staunch supporter of our sister event The Hong Kong Cleanup), has recently launched a line of eco-chic candles from Australian brand Sniff, which specializes in soy candles.
Inspired by memories, pleasure and above all, nature, the candles were created by a passionate boutique Sydney-based team, known affectionately as the Sniffers, who spent months developing fragrances that capture the essence of nature and seasonal changes. The candles are hand poured using pure soy wax, a renewable and sustainable resource that’s 100% natural and biodegradable. Each candle is then individually hand-packaged in recyclable materials making them the perfect match for TREE!
With 10 unique “sniffs” to choose from, these include:
Fresh Cut Flowers
This delicious and refreshing scent is like walking into a florist that will delight your senses! Plus it’s guaranteed to last a lot longer than her favourite bouquet!
Sunday Wash Line
This 5000 thread count scent that’s fresh and powdery with a touch of lemon in the breeze is a nostalgic scent that will bring back all those wonderful family memories.
Rose Bud
A summer scent straight from the garden, Rose Bud smells of fresh, dewy picked blooms with sweet and romantic notes. Like summer in a bowl, this sensational fragrance will give your home and senses an instant uplift!
Other scents include Hello Sailor, Bella Fig, Cashmere, Gardenia, Vanilla, Verbena and Walk in the Woods, each having a different personality for you to choose from.  We recently tried the Sunday Wash Line and loved how it left our indoor space smelling like fresh laundry while lighting up the room with a soft touch.   
Beautifully and simply packaged in a reusable paper box, Sniff candles are 220ml with a burning time of 48 hours, and are priced at HK 395.  After burning the candle, the glass jar is totally reusable as well! 
Sniff candles are available at TREE’s flagship store in Horizon Plaza, as well as the Soho and Sai Kung branches.

By: Ecozine Staff


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