Dim the lights, relax and immerse yourself in the seductive fragrance of Calluna Botanicals captured for you in this luxury scented candle.
Let the precious heart of softly spiced rose envelope the atmosphere, cocooned within zesty bergamot, warm woods, base notes of tonka and a hint of vanilla balsam. Together they create a beautiful backdrop for relaxation.
Calluna comes from the Latin name for Scotland’s most famous flora - Heather, from ‘kallunein’ to make beautiful. Heather is also widely regarded as lucky and why our extract is called Scots Luck. A tradition brought as a gift from Balmoral to England by Queen Victoria.
Follow in the footsteps of Queen Victoria and give this luxury fragranced candle as a gift, or pamper yourself and with a bit of luck you’ll find moment after moment of perfect peace.
Approximately 40 hours of burn time.
How It's Made
Our knitwear is created in our workshop in Westray and also in the homes of our many out workers. The pieces are knitted on domestic knitting machines and completed by linking or grafting by hand.
We are always mindful of the current trends. We visit shows annually, for inspiration and research to keep us up to date with current trends. This is also important for us, it maintains our motivation and our creative interests. It stops us standing still and constantly give us new and interesting challenges.
We are proud of our roots and have worked hard over the years to establish our brand with these values at the core of our work, drawing inspiration from soft muted tones and textures derived from the sky, sea and landscape of our home.
Our aim is to create classic garments with lasting appeal, ponchos, jackets, jumpers, snoods, wraps, wrist warmers and hats, timeless garments that can be worn year after year, evoking memories of our heritage and the people of our islands
We also take pride in our Nordic connection, which heavily influences the colours, styles and shapes of our products. Using natural and luxury yarns, we aim to create products which, whilst reflective of our island home, are equally at home anywhere in the world.