TRÆ, Danish for ‘tree’. In the cold, grey mists of a new winter, the cosily-wrapped emerge to seek their special new guest. Young local fir and pine are discovered and selected, carefully carried, and soon the bright, fresh scent of the forest fills the home.
SNÖ, Swedish for ‘snow’. Nature’s treasured light during the long dark months of a Scandinavian winter. A fresh, crisp and icily dry scent infused with a hint of winter berries and frozen timberwood.