Miller Harris & MQueens Flowers create an exquisite Candle Collection

London Perfumer Miller Harris has partnered with renowned London florist McQueen Flowers to create a limited edition scented candle collection

August 20, 2020: Luxury brand Miller Harris’ MD, Sarah Rotherham, has teamed up with florist brand McQueens  to make a limited edition scented candle collection. Inspired deeply by the unique floral scents in the McQueens Flower workshop, each candle in the collection is redolent of different floral notes. 

Miller Harris McQueens Flowers Candle collaboration

Available in three variants, these mood enhancing candles are evocative of the atmospheric elements of the flower shop but still reminiscent of the freshness of flowers and foliage. 

The Green Stem candle has herby tones from the foliage along with aromatic lavender, together creating a tranquil scent. The top notes are Bergamot, Green Stem, Dew, Humus, Peppermint, Rosemary, Angelica, Pistachier. The Heart Notes are Water Lily, Muguet, Orris and the lasting Impressions are Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Amber, Musk, Moss. 

Exuding a verdant fragrance from the trimmed stems, the Water Wood Candle has top notes of Bergamot, Artemisia, Olibanum, Humus, Hay. The middle notes are Lavender, Orris and the base notes are Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Amber. 

Miller Harris McQueens Flowers Candle collaboration

The Petal Storm candle is enriched with the scent of white florals with pink pepper on a base of amber and musk. With middle tones of Water Lily, Wisteria, Gardenia and Muguet, the candle’s moist and delicate fragrance is alluring. 

Priced at £65 each, these candles are ideal for creating a serene vibe. 

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