“A mesmerising floral marine scent with refreshing notes of seaweed and green algae livened by a fresh coastal breeze and enhanced by touches of cyclamen and water lily

Top notes: Ozone, Seaweed

Mid notes: Cyclamen, Waterlily Base notes: Driftwood, Amber, Patchouli, Musk

Base notes: Driftwood, Amber, Patchouli, Musk

As soon as I smelled this one I knew it was getting named after the Merse. The Merse is the mudflats and saltmarsh at the edge of Caerlaverock and if you have never been I cannot recommend the experience enough if you appreciate great views and spectacular wildlife. The Merse is a winter feeding ground for thousands of birds including barnacle geese, bar-taile godwit and knot. As you stand and watch the flocks land and take off, listen carefully because you’ll also be able to hear the chorus of natterjack toads.

The Merse is also one of the few locations that you will find Holy Grass, a sweet smelling grass which flowers between March and May. Its name comes from the continental practice of strewing it before church doors on festival days. I have since learned that this grass appears in Scottish vodka’s so that is going on the ‘must try’ list!

This is such a refreshing scent and one that I personally pop on after I’ve done all my housework. I don’t Mrs Hinch as I try to keep my cleaning routine as chemical and plastic free as I can but I think for those of you who do follow her, you’ll love this one after a good ‘Hinching’.

Available in our natural wax melt blend candle with wooden wick or as a wax melt made from 100% soy wax.