White Tea is comprised of new, young tea leaves and buds from the camellia sinensis plant. It is only harvested for a week each spring in the northern district of Fujian, China.
The white tea scent is delicate and subtle, leaving your room smelling fresh, clean, and energised.
Indigenous to Europe and the Middle East, the peppermint plant is a hybrid of watermint and spearmint. Peppermint is now found growing wild throughout Europe, North America and Australia.
The peppermint leaves have a characteristic strong and sweet odour, an aromatic warmth that leaves you with a cooling aftertaste.
Lavender is indigenous to the mountainous areas off the countries bordering the western European part of the Mediterranean region. The plant spread rapidly across Europe when early travellers carried it, and by the sixteenth-century lavender was already a much-loved plant in England gardens.
Lavender has a delicate, sweet smell that is floral, herby and evergreen woodsy at the same time. With it's calming and soothing qualities, it is a highly popular scent choice.
Tea Tree Oil
Tea Tree Oil, also known as melaleuca oil, is an essential oil that comes from steaming the leaves of the Australian tea tree.
As a fragrance, Tea Tree Oil provides a natural aroma with a fresh, light, and distinctive scent that is similar to the mint scent.
Mint is a perennial herb that derives from Europe and Asia, but now it naturally grows in most places across the world. The mint plant has been essential for various peoples in the Mediterranean since at least 300BCE, being used in medicines, fragrances, and for hygiene.
The distinct mint fragrance gives off a refreshing, clean aroma due to its sweet, and spicy scent.
Eucalyptus trees are native to Australia but many species of it now grow all over the world. The word 'eucalyptus' comes from Greece and refers to the seed being capsuled by the plant.
The eucalyptus plant has a distinct smell that is invigorating and stimulates the senses, with hints of mint, honey and citrus.