- Dark Berries
Fruity notes of Plum and rich Dark Berries indulged in a heart note of indulging Clove, surrounded by Jasmine and glamorous Rose completes this sophisticated fragrance.
Pure soy candles and Augeo based diffusers
The Toblerone Trail was one of the first hikes I did when I arrived in Geneva in October 2012. The strong mix of reaped Plum, Dark Berries and Moss, as I walked down towards the lake surprised me. At the bottom of the trail was a melting sense of warm Roese and I just had to add the Cinnamon to get that Indian summer whole-heated Wood aroma. And not a chocolate in sight.
As Switzerland was trying to remain independent and prevent a German invasion in WWII, (1939-1945), the military built a line of concrete triangular blocks – similar to a well know chocolate – from the lakeside near Nyon up into the Jura Mountains. The idea was the line of nearly 3000 9-ton blocks would prevent a tank invasion because they were too big and too angular to go over and too close together for tanks to get in between them. Because of their similar look to the chocolate, they were called the Toblerone Line. Clearly, as you know, it worked, there was no German invasion through this line. They still exist and now a hiking trail has been built alongside.
What a better way to celebrate everything Swiss, the birthplace of LANXEL, than to create a collection of dazzling candles inspired by this magnificent country?
Switzerland has been my home since the autumn of 2012 and has inspired me to make a collection of delicate ecological and sustainable products. Switzerland is much more than chocolate and cheese. It offers you four distinct seasons and nature starts on your doorstep. It's full of crystal clear lakes, majestic mountain picks, checkered farmlands, as well as, an urban perfection best symbolized by its public transport system that runs like clockwork. Come along on a journey of truly special discoveries and captivating scents. I sincerely hope that you will enjoy experiencing these enchanting long lasting candles and reed diffusers as much as my team and I have enjoyed creating them?
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