Give a horse lover this exclusive TRIO of Grey Horse signature SPRING scents! This set of beautiful tin candles will sure look beautiful in your home! Each tin burns for approximately 35 hours! Three 6.5 oz tins.
You know the feeling, Spring has started to show it's beautiful face, and you can finally stop worrying about messing with those silly hay bags! (Not to mention picking hay out of your hair and other unmentionable places!) You are able to turn your horse out into a fresh glorious green pasture! There is something so grand about the first day you realize that Spring has finally sprung, and horse season is about to be in full swing! This scent is the smell of a new Spring Pasture mixed with a little happiness and a touch of excitement!
EARLY MORNING HACK:
There is something so calming about getting up before the sun rises just to spend time with your horse. Perhaps, there is no better way to start the day, and there definitely has never been a better reason to get out of bed on the weekend! This scent is for all the overly enthusiastic and seemingly crazy equestrians who set their alarms for the crack of dawn just to hack out on their horse. This scent embodies everything there is to love about those early morning rides: the smell of crisp air and morning dew in the countryside, and the soothing feeling you get while taking in the scenery and soaking up the sunrise. Just you and your horse.
The scent begins with a white floral bouquet of carnation, lily and crisp white grapefruit. The heart is a radiant blend of jasmine, tuberose, cyclamen and violet. The base combines vanilla beans, East Indian sandalwood, rose crystals and long lasting musk.
This candle is inspired by the joy we get as equestrians when we give our horse friends a bath on the wash rack! Imagine a beautiful summer day, the smell of cool fresh water, the clean smell of soap, the beautiful outdoors, and that very short moment in time when your horse is completely squeaky clean! Sure, he is going to go roll in the mud as soon as you turn him out, but it was still totally worth it for that one hug around his neck, and that short-lived clean horsey smell, right?