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Those Scented Notes that Start Welcoming Christmas

Those Scented Notes that Start Welcoming Christmas

Those Scented Notes that Start Welcoming Christmas

Warmth at Christmas time is not just a sensation felt by our bodies but also an interior condition, a state of mind. Magic is released by an interior light, by intimacy, by the affection of people we meet.

 

Seated around a small table, close enough to be able to communicate merely with glances, faces illuminated by a scented “Note di Natale” candle by Acqua dell’Elba, we find ourselves enveloped by fragrances of oranges and tangerines that recall the Mediterranean and our childhood, by honeyed, warm notes of Scotch broom, giving us a sense of comfort and serenity. Rediscover emotions that our everyday, frenetic life doesn’t allow us to enjoy: this is the magic of Christmas, a space in our souls we can rediscover every day thanks to these citrussy notes that accompany the Christmas season, so that we may enjoy everything with a renewed intensity. The candle, plain yet extremely elegant, is available in the 1260, 425 and 180 g. formats. 

 

The intimacy of a steaming cup among the floral essences of jasmine, which are sensual yet energising, and the sweet ones of honey in the “Note di Natale” Home fragrance diffuser by Acqua dell’Elba, are the silent ingredient for a special evening. Available in the 200, 500, 1000 and 2500ml formats, this product takes the shape of a glass bottle with a refined design, ending in a wooden diffuser containing a liquid of the colour of amber, just like the flame of a fireplace: a splendid home decor item, perfect for a Christmas gift. 

 

An embrace, and the warmth of an evening surrounded by our loved ones, among notes of cinnamon, walnut and woods typical of the Mediterranean maquis, are the perfect seal for a promise to be kept by the heart. The warmest and most romantic essence, created to enclose the spirit of Christmas in just a few drops, conveys the most intense and precious part of every one of  us.

 


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