It is said to have hallucinogenic powers. Native to Mexico, the Peyote cactus with its pink flowers is an emblem of the psychedelic era. A spicy ode to the desert and its inherent mysticism, Peyote Poem opens on a burnt brown breeze of clove, tinged a tremulous, refreshing turquoise from juniper berries. The bittersweet, piquant air is sweetened slightly by the pointed sweetness of fir tree and a touch of floral lightning (hyacinth). Perhaps a storm is about to crack open these expansive skies. Tonka bean sizzles, sparkling electricity in the atmosphere. Black amber, like a bolt of thunder, is deeply reverberating, and salty-sweet. Patchouli and vanilla wind together and comfort from the storm, hallucination or whatever transformation Peyote Poem is invoking in your home.
A lively yet dream-like scent space, Peyote Poem transports us from the humdrum familiarity into an open, endless terrain. In this landscape of the natural high, both psychic and physical possibilities open up.
For a better burning experience, trim candle wick before each use.
Burn time approximately 60 hours.
Each Byredo candle is a unique scent created for scenting the home. The candles are handmade in France of mouth blown glass and sporting cotton wicks.
Clove Buds, Juniper Berries, Fir, Hyacinth, Tonka Bean, Black Amber, Patchouli, Vanilla