Apotheke’s New Candle Collection Evokes Summer Days at the Farmers Market
The blissful season of lazy afternoons, farmers market strolls, and post-vaccinated gatherings around the table (cocktails mandatory) is upon us. Luxury home fragrance brand Apotheke is about to make the transition all the more seamless with the debut of a new candle collection. The brand has released five new flavorful scents that take cues from summertime fruits and vegetables.
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The Market Collection is inspired by Apotheke co-founder and chef Sebastian Picasso’s favorite summer go-to dishes. From an iced cold lemonade to a tomato tarragon soup, the new scents include the Meyer Lemon and Mint Candle, Tomato Tarragon Candle, Arugula and Green Apple Candle, Florentine Fennel Candle, and Purple Basil Candle. Available for $38 each, the candles are hand-poured with perfume-grade fragrance oils and a soy-wax blend.
What’s more, each candle will include a recipe right inside of the box, curated by none other than Picasso. For more details on each fragrance and the recipes that inspired them, read on below.
Meyer Lemon and Mint Candle: inspired by a mint meyer lemonade, the Meyer Lemon and Mint Candle derives from lemon and cool spearmint leaves and contains notes of jasmine and eucalyptus.
Tomato Tarragon Candle: inspired by tomato tarragon soup, the Tomato Tarragon Candle has the aroma of fresh tomatoes with notes of tarragon and orange zest.
Arugula and Green Apple Candle: inspired by an arugula and green apple salad, the Arugula and Green Apple Candle derives from crisp apples and peppery arugula and contains notes of sweet lemongrass.
Florentine Fennel Candle: inspired by a florentine fennel salad, the Florentine Fennel Candle contains fresh fennel with notes of thyme, jasmine, and peach.
Purple Basil Candle: inspired by purple basil pesto, the Purple Basil Candle contains purple basil, spicy ginger, and lime zest with hints of lily of the valley.
Yep. You could now eat your summertime fruits and veggies — and use ‘em as home fragrance, too.