The Scents of Scotland Gift boxes have 3 different votives in each beautifully packaged gift box. Adorned with a wee tartan bow, and an original painting reproduced on the labels, these make lovely gifts for any lover of Scotland.
The boxes come in 2 choices-
Lord of The Glen —
Lord of the Glen Fragrance Oil is a rich, warm and intoxicating accord where dry dusty notes of tobacco and smokey embers are refreshed by citrus notes, supported by black pepper, leather and precious woods.
Scottish Thistle —
Our Scottish Thistle fragranced candles have a sophisticated and soothing blend of florals and subtle fruits, not unlike our magnificent thistle itself.
Scottish Whisky —
Our Scotch Whisky fragranced candles have notes of vanilla and smokey chocolate whiskey with a strong peat side. A sweet, heady, room filling whisky scent for whisky lovers. Xx
Spirit of The Glen —
Spirit of the Glen is a rich fragrance with oaky flavours and subtle spices, opening with fruity notes of spiced apple, plum, clementine, orange and liqueur warmed with spicy notes of clove, cinnamon stick and nutmeg on an amber base.
A shimmering, ozonic herbal fragrance where crisp rosemary leaves are uplifted by cool Highland mint and heather, smoothed and enriched by gentle cedar and amber nuances.
Scottish Heather —
A beautiful soft Scottish heather fragrance, not unlike lavender.
The labels for all our candles are designed and printed in house, this gives us the scope to put any picture on any label on any product. The image for the labels on these boxes are designed using original art work from a local artist.
Like all of our candles, they are 100% Soywax and we use high grade fragrance oils to produce high quality and safe products.
As with any other candles, soy candles must be burned properly to get the most out of them, and for safety reasons. Here is a rundown on how to burn soy candles.
Soy candle wax has what’s called a memory. That means that when you burn a soy candle and then extinguish it, the next time you burn it, the soy candle wax will melt across as far as it did the first time.
Therefore, it is so important to allow soy candles to burn all the way across to the edge of the container the first time you burn it before putting it out. This ensures that your soy candle does not “tunnel” as it burns, leaving wax along the sides of the container. A good rule of thumb is to burn your candle 1hr for every inch wide that the candle is. So, if you have a 3inch wide soy candle, you may need to burn it for at least 3 hours for a good melt pool.
Speaking of melt pools…
This is where the scent is in scented soy candles. A good melt pool will give off the best fragrance throw. 1/4in deep for the melt pool is what I aim for in my scented soy candles when the candle is burning.
Too shallow of a melt pool will keep the candle from releasing the best amount of fragrance into the room. Too deep of a melt pool means the wick is too big for the candle and the candle will burn too hot, which means the soy candles wax will burn up too fast and the wick would need to be trimmed much more often.
Another tip is to keep your soy candles away from drafts to prevent smoking and soot. Soy candles produce little to no soot when burned properly, but any candle will smoke and create soot if exposed to too much air, which is what happens if there is a draft.
Keeping your wick trimmed to about 1/4in. will also keep your soy candles from smoking and causing soot.
And most importantly, keep your soy candles away from anything flammable, and out of reach of children and pets.
Scents of Scotland Gift Boxes
Each of the votive candles have a long burn time of 15 hours and a fantastic scent throw
Scents of Scotland Range - Also available in a set of three and Boxed Danube Votive Jars. (lg jars and diffusers by special order)
For UK delivery orders should arrive within 4-5 working days via Royal Mail or other carriers.
Standard delivery costs are £4.00 up to 2kg
Over 2 kg £8.00