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Tatine Question #3

Hello! I’m so sorry that I dropped the ball last week and didn’t post a new question! No excuses… Because I didn’t post one last week we will extend the discount and the contest one more week. I hope that makes up for it!

For this week’s question… Tatine’s fragrances are all based on nature – Forest Floor, Spruce Black, Honeysuckle, Tomato Leaf, you get the idea. They are wonderful representations of the natural world. And their latest line is a continuation for this theme. What is nice about the Tasine collection is that it is scent as a story. Each aroma tries to capture a feeling, a place a moment, a season. They are abstract and meant to delight and move you with a sense of personal connection and surprise.

For example, the Bron Yr Aur candle: A stone cottage in the Welsh countryside; rain drops and moss. Walk down country lanes in a landscape where magic fills the air. And, in a rock ‘n roll kind of way it happens to be the holiday home of Robert Plant where the band wrote and recorded some of Led Zeppelin III. Told you we share a rock ‘n roll heart!

So, my question to you is what is your favorite place to commune with nature? Is it a beach, a mountain side, your backyard or a secret place only you have found. Please tell us and you can win the perfect way to bring the outside in.

Oh, and just to let you know, the winner of week number two is Joe who recommend Girl and the Goat in Chicago. I’ve added it to the list! Will be emailing you shortly, my friend. Congratulations!

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One Response to Tatine Question #3

  1. Wendy says:

    My favorite place to commune with nature is California wine country. There’s something intoxicating about seeing and smelling the fruit still on the vine! (No pun intended. 🙂 )

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