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Know Your Scent : Archipelago Candles

by Madison Ruggieri on August 20, 2010.

The sense of smell is a powerful thing.  Scents trigger memories and set moods, and there’s no better way to aromatize your living space than with a quality candle.  Archipelago candles have rich, inviting scents and come in simple, classic tins.

Try Havana (a slightly sweet, dark scented combo of bergamot and Cuban tobacco) or Stonehenge (a warm, dark combo of smoked cedarwood, bergamot, and amber) in the bedroom or office.

Santorini (a clean, citrusy- scent with a hint of ocean breeze) is ideal for the bathroom or as a morning/mid-day pick-me-up.

Dubai (a spicy, citrus aroma produced by a blend of mandarin, amber, and musk) is recommended for any living space, particularly the bedroom.

Amalfi (an earthy, outdoorsy scent of sage and olive blossom) is recommended for the kitchen or office.

Each 5.9 oz candle burns approximately 55 hours.

So pick the scent – or scents – that best fit you and make your place smell fantastic!

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Madison Ruggieri

Director of Editorial for The Motley. Los Angeles native. A fan of Tolstoy, Tina Fey and the Rolling Stones.