Featuring warm, grounding notes of spice and citrus. The floral notes hit stronger at the cold throw, and upon burning it falls to the background while the notes of cedar, cardamom and bergamot take up the foreground. A student of mine at my first teaching gig went to Rome and brought me back a rosary made with rose petals. It was not only the lovliest gesture, but the loveliest smell. This scent was inspired by the kindness of that student and the way in which the rosary itself invoked the sacred. I personally think of this as a scent most conducive to the colder, darker times of year.
Top notes || cedarwood, lily
Middle note || rose, cardamom
Base notes || anise, bergamot
handmade | soy wax | toxin-free
Handmade in small batches by Hannah in Chicago, IL. East York Street is named for the street where her grandparents lived. Each scent is meant to be come the centerpiece of an atmosphere. They all are accompanied with a music playlist and literary musings - making each special scent a full sensory experience.