A tree that thrives in cold boreal climates, the Siberian fir is identified by its needlelike leaves, gray-green bark and cylindrical cones. Extracted through the leaves, its refreshing essential oil emits a lush, resinous scent that balances sweet and balsamic.
A species originally found in the mountains of North Africa, Lebanon and Cyprus and the Himalayas, sacred cedarwood was once used for making temples. Steam distilled from oil-rich heartwood, its essential oil has a sweet, resinous fragrance that, happily, also repels moths.
A native of India and, now, Australia, sandalwood is treasured for its fragrance, carving, medical and sacred benefits. It yields a calming, soothing oil whose bright, fresh edge perfumes with a striking wood base note.
A tradition that feels right at home. Reminiscent of days gone by and suggestive of wonderful times to come, the aromatic snap of crisp Siberian fir needles, heartening cedarwood and relaxing sandalwood fills the air with a welcome feeling of warmth and joy.