JUL Diffuser (Christmas)
Our most popular candle fragrance in wintertime is now available for a limited time only in our distinctive colours as a vase diffuser.
[YOOL], Scandinavian for 'Christmas'. Glowing windows in the darkness, generations gathered in tradition and harmony, yuletide treats tempting on the hearth. A richly spiced scent for the home with bold notes of baked gingerbread, melted honey, cloves, and warm gløgg.
Echoing the role of the flower vase in the home, of bringing nature indoors, and of reusability. Mouth-blown, decorated glass vase with a blend of perfume and natural alcohol for improved fragrance diffusion. Fragrance is contained inside a sealed refill bottle. Box includes 3 thick reed sticks. Will scent a room for 3+ months.
DESIGNED IN: Denmark
MADE IN: Portugal
PERFUME: 250ml limited edition (will scent a room for at least 3 months)
MATERIAL: Glass vase, 3 rattan reeds, PET refill bottle
Skandinavisk was started by two English chaps who fell in love with two blonde Scandinavian girls and never left. Our collection is inspired by fifteen years of travels and experiences across the Nordic region.
In 2013, when we launched our first scented candles, we made it our mission to bring to life the stories of Scandinavia through design and fragrance – whether the focus be on the local flora, so abundant in summer and frozen in winter, or the thoughtful approach to life common to all Scandinavians. Interpretations of raw nature, and of human nature.
Our own growing team of Brits and Scandinavians can be found in Copenhagen, Stockholm and London and we produce everything here in Scandinavia or in the European Union. As we look toward the next five years, we will keep exploring, keep learning, and keep challenging ourselves to bring to life this beautiful and inspiring region.
But living Scandinavian is not just which part of the world you come from, it’s also how you think, how you treat others, and what you treasure. We believe a Scandinavian approach to life offers a blueprint for a better future in a world that’s forgetting how to listen to quieter voices.