boy smells candle
- Coconut & beeswax blend with a braided cotton wick, in glossy black glass tumbler
- Burn time approx. 50 hours. 8.5 Ounces, 3.4 Inches tall
- Made in Los Angeles
Available in a variety of scents...
- Ash: Notes of dry hay and charcoal permeate rare woods, lingering lemon peel and charred clove add brightness, and a minimal note of smoke runs through the entire the body of the scent.
Cameo: A floral scent that combines the spice of crystallized ginger, warmth of vanilla, and grounding feminine rose.
- Cedar Stack: In this instant classic, expect notes of cedar chips and dried tobacco led into deeper resinous floral notes, while peppercorn and dried ginger add a snap to its woody heart.
- Cowboy Kush: This scent is a rustic accumulation of soft suede and spiced saffron with puffs of pot leaf, tonka bean, and patchouli floating through.
- Hinoki Fantome: The combination of Japanese cypress and jasmine petals are wrapped in a rich amber glow. Best described as complex, balanced, and meditative, studies note hinoki's vibrant timber can encourage physiological relaxation.
- Gardener: Dominant notes of orange tree, tomato leaf, and oakmoss rounded by drops of floral nectar and textures of cedar give vibrance to this very vine-ripened scent.
- Cashmere Kush: A connotation of opulence and craftsmanship this scent hits deep with textured cashmere woods, white amber and earthy vetiver. Discover the distant and unknown through this exotic tonic of heady pot flower gum. A refined fragrance for the gods, its herbal warmth will seduce your surroundings.
- LES: In the French language, LES is the plural article used for both masculine and feminine nouns, a very genderful word indeed. It is also the acronym for one of New York City’s most vibrant cross-cultural neighborhoods—picking up on notes of rice powder, peach blossom, cardamom, cedar and pear, to name just a few of its many notes, much like the bodega and wholesale food suppliers synonymous with the area.
- ST. AL: The name ST. AL is a play on the French term for sandalwood — Santal. Powerful notes of holy woods and exotic florals, layered with undertones of frankincense. All of these are muted into a dense argil tone of white clay. To the nose, it’s a sanctified commingling of protective sandalwood, clove flower, oud and ylang-ylang with a dampness of rare and ancient earth. Complex, quietly sophisticated and steeped with history.
- Italian Kush: Takeoff to Italy in herbal opulence. A new strain of the classic Kush scent with hits of bright Italian citrus and fresh-cracked black pepper sitting atop a heart of basil, oregano and fresh cannabis. Grounded in earthy notes of patchouli and fresh cypress, this candle is molto herbal and sure to make you say “Bellissimo!”