Our Scents

We know buying home scents over the internet without smelling them first can be scary, especially when a product has a scent you are unfamiliar with. In order to help you choose the best scent for your space we have compiled a list of all our "scentables" for you to gain a better understanding of what each product will smell like. Our if you're still stuck, you can try our scents with our Tea Light Sampler Pack

Agave- Native to the hot and arid regions of the Americas. The nectar is a natural sweetener used as an alternative to sugar, and smells slightly sweet and earthy. Featured in: Emerald

Aloe- Aloe is a cactus-like plant that grows in hot, dry climates. The scent profile is green, ‘vegetal’, fresh and aquatic. Featured in: Emerald , Amazonite

Amber- Amber is a “fantasy” scent, meaning it doesn’t occur naturally in nature, but is based on the fossilized tree resin. The scent of tree resin varies a bit depending on the type of tree it comes from, but it’s known for a sweet, spicy and aromatic fragrance. No matter the component scents, amber is a warm, lightly sweet fragrance that usually smells musky and rich, and may also have a hint of powder and/or spice. Featured in: Tigers Eye

Apple- our apple scent is based on red delicious apples. Sweet, Mouth-watering, ripe/juicy, with a hint of apple blossom. Featured in: House Warming

Balsam Fir- Crushing fir needles creates a balsam sap or resin, which gives off a strong camphorous smell, very much like a medicinal balm. Balsam trees have a distinct scent, but it’s not too far off from many other freshly scented evergreen trees, such as cedarwood, juniper or even spruce. Featured in: Yule

Basil- Basil emits a warm, sweet, freshly floral and crisply herbaceous scent that is further characterized as airy, vibrant, uplifting, and reminiscent of the scent of licorice. Featured in: Litha, Lapis

Berries- A blend of black currants, marionberry, blackberries, and huckleberries. Featured in: Earth

Birch- Birch has a clean, sweet, sharp, invigorating, and minty scent. Featured in: Spirit

Blue Chamomile- Blue Chamomile has a balsamic, herbal, almost sweet grassy scent with light floral reminiscent of chamomile tea. Featured in: Turquoise

Cedarwood- Cedarwood is a woodsy scent with balsamic undertones and a camphoraceous odor that reminds you of an heirloom hope chest or a good aftershave. Featured in: Yule, Calming, Onyx

Cinnamon- The scent of cinnamon is spicy, sweet, with woody undertones. Featured in: Yule, Protection, Samhain

Citrus-an assortment of aromatic citrus fruits budding on trees. Lemon, Orange, Grapefruit, and Bergamot. Featured in: Refresh

Currant- Black Currant scent is fresh, slightly floral, and forestry undertones. Featured in: Tourmaline

Daisy- Earthy, green, with a light floral scent. Featured in: Citrine

Eucalyptus- Eucalyptus has a minty, camphorous scent that is sharp and highly pungent. Like mint, inhaling eucalyptus opens your sinuses and clears your head. However, the aroma also contains some hints of the forest, which some people describe as sweet and similar to honey. Featured in: Spirit, Banish

Fig- The fruit of the fig tree can be jammy, juicy, ripe and sunny. Featured in: House Warming, Tourmaline

Grapefruit- Grapefruit scent is sparkling, sweet, lively, and sour. Featured in: Rose Quartz

Green Apple- Tart, juicy, crisp, with hints of citrus and floral undertones. Featured in: Jade

Green Ivy- Lively and herbal, with green notes. Featured in: Citrine, Jade

Green Tea- Light and sweet with green undertones. Featured in: Amazonite, Quartz

Heliotrope- the odor profile is a warm delicate powdery floral with vanilla and marzipan notes and a trace of spicy licorice. Featured in: Air

Hickory- Sweet and savory with a hint of maple syrup. Featured in: Fire

Honey- Due to the types of flowers the bees are visiting, honey can have a wide range of smells. Our honey scent is sweet and rich, with notes of amber. Featured in: Abundance

Hyacinth- Hyacinths have a powerful scent which can be described as floral green with vegetal aquatic accents and sweet and spicy notes. Featured in: Refresh

Hydrangea- Hydrangea has a jasmine-like scent, pungent and powerful. Featured in: Citrine

Jasmine- Jasmine lends a floral scent that is rich and sweet. When blended with other scents,  jasmine is often described as being intoxicating and sensual. Featured in: Rose Quartz, Love

Lavender- Lavender has a floral scent, one that is light and fresh, without being too pungent or overwhelming. It can also have a sweetness to it with herbal, balsamic undertones and notes. Featured in: Lapis, Calming

Lemon- Clean, sharp, and sparkling citrus scent. Some would say pungent. Featured in: Harmony, Amethyst

Lilac- The smell of Lilac is deeply and richly floral, reminiscent of rose with hints of vanilla. Featured in: Abundance

Lily- Lilies have a sweet scent imbued with dew that is alternately sweet and green. Featured in: Amazonite, Water,  

Linden Blossom- Linden blossom is a very light and airy note, and offers a bright green edge layered with honey-like undertones. Like a blend of honey and lemon peel. Featured in: Air

Magnolia- Magnolia has a sweet floral fragrance that's lightly fruity, with some comparing the scent to that of Champagne. Featured in: Carnelian

Mandarin- Mandarin in perfumery is a very sunny citrus note. This citrus has more character than bergamot, and is also more bitter and greener. This note is different because its scent is impregnated with the skin of the citrus fruit. Featured in: Litha, Turquoise 

Melon- Green and juicy. Think more of the rinds of the melon, not necessarily the fruit. Featured in: Emerald, Amethyst

Mint- Highly automatic and pungent. Fresh, clean, and cooling. Featured in: Banish

Musk- Musk originated from the glands of the Tibetan Musk Deer. The musk scent today is synthetic and not animal derived. Musk has a rich leather smell, mellow undertones and floral fragrances. Featured in: Spirit

Neroli-Neroli has a complex aroma fuses floral, citrus and green, deriving from the orange blossom and leaves of the bitter orange tree, with unique hints of honey and spices a delicious harmony of floral and citrus. Featured in: Jade, Love

Oakmoss- Oakmoss is a fungal lichen. Oakmoss scent delivers a strong earthy and woodsy aroma. Some dryness comes through like a crisp bark or smooth leather in a subtle undertone, giving off hints of musk and amber. Green and slightly bright, oakmoss adds a rich undertone that balances out many other scents, such as bergamot, as well as a variety of other floral aromas. Featured in: Moonstone

Oleander-  Oleander flowers have a showy, profuse, and often fragrant smell of apricots with floral undertones of daffodil and gardenia. Featured in: Air

Orchids- orchids tend to have a Sweet, ambrosial nectar scent profile. Featured in: Refresh

Osmanthus- ​​This creamy white blossom gives a surprisingly mouthwatering, succulent, hints-of-peach-and-plum-and-apricot nuance. Featured in: Quartz

Ozone- Ozone is the scent you smell after a fresh rain. Wet, clear, fresh, with nature notes. Featured in: Water

Palo Santo-The smell of palo santo is usually described as a bright, sweet, piney, lemony, woodsy scent.Featured in: Turquoise

Patchouli- Patchouli has a strong, sweet scent that falls into the musky-earthy category, it smells sweet, spicy and musky. Featured in: Tigers Eye

Peach- A delicate aroma that is typically sweet with just a little bit of acidity. Juicy, bright, sweet, and warm. Featured in: Litha

Pear- Pear is crisp and clean.  Subtler and ‘greener’ than many fruits. Featured in: Amethyst

Pepper- Black Pepper has a pungent bite with an aromatic, uplighting scent.  Featured in: Onyx

Pine- fresh, cool and woody. Pine has a  peppery, minty scent. Featured in: House Warming, Protection

Plum- Juicy, fruity, and mouthwatering. Featured in: Tourmaline, Carnelian

Poppy- Smells like sunshine with earthy and green notes. Featured in: Carnelian

Pumpkin- Pumpkin has a light sweet scent, with earthy and fresh undertones. Featured in: Samhain

Rose- Deeply intoxicating with floral, musk, and powder notes. Featured in: Rose Quartz, Love

Rosemary- Rosemary are pungent, similar to Eucalyptus and Camphor. Many people describe the herb as having a pinewood scent more than anything, very much like charred wood. Featured in: Lapis

Sage- Sage offers an earthy aroma with an herbaceous scent. Sometimes crisp and often with strong green notes. Featured in: Banish

Sagebrush- a somewhat spicy, bitter smell. Some would describe it as smelling like desert air. Featured in: Earth

Sandalwood- Sandalwood has its own distinct fragrance profile that is exotic, sweet, creamy, smooth, and warm. Featured in: Moonstone

Smoke-mysterious, dark, and nostalgic, smoke scent is incredibly hard to describe, but you know it when you smell it. Featured in: Fire

Soil- earthy, damp, and fresh. Featured in: Earth

Spruce- Wonderfully fresh with a hint of citrus, the distinctive pine fragrance is known to fill the space around it. Featured in: Protection

Sunflower- A lovely earthy floral mix, with a hint of amber. Featured in: Abundance

Tobacco leaf- The dried leaves are sweet-smelling, a touch earthy and hay-like, with a light hint of cocoa. Featured in: Fire

Tonka Bean- Tonka bean has a deep, rich and warm scent. In comparison to vanilla, tonka bean offers a more subtle nuance of spices like nutmeg, toasted almonds and earthy woodsy scents. And it has the slight accent of cherries, like those found in an Old-Fashioned cocktail. Featured in: Onyx

Vanilla- Vanilla has a creamy, warm, comforting, yet also slightly exotic scent. Featured in: Tigers Eye, Calming, Samhain

Violet- Violet flowers have a soft, tender aura, a bit similar to iris, and smell powdery and romantic. Featured in: Harmony, Moonstone, Water

Water Lily- Fresh, floral, and aquatic. Featured in: Quartz

Winter berries- A blend of red currants, juniper berries and holly berries. Featured in: Harmony