Introducing Constantia Heights #CIFragranceDiaries

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Taking inspiration from the lush, forested slopes of Table Mountain, we are delighted to introduce you to our sophisticated new fragrance – Constantia Heights.

Constantia Heights weaves sticky fig leaf and sweet ylang-ylang into a base of citrusy neroli creating an elegant and fresh aroma that will transport you to the jungle like foliage of the region.

Keeping with the new look of our signature fragrance Clifton Beach, the ‘piece de resistance’ of the new Constantia Heights range is our large 500ml glass with three wicks packaged in a hard box which is a work of art in itself. The box tells the story of Constantia Heights through its enchanting ink drawings created by the hand of talented local artist Sharon Boonzaier.

Large 500ml Glass Scented Candle with Gold Cape Island Crest on the front standing alongside Constantia Heights Box featuring ink drawings by South African artist Sharon Boonzaier

For a smaller and more crisp option we offer the 250ml Constantia Heights candle packaged in an elegant white and gold foil box.

Medium 250ml Glass Scented Candle with Gold Cape Island Crest on the front standing alongside white and gold Constantia Heights Box

For the perfect gift we’ve created a classic set of 3 x 100ml votive candles packaged in the same style of luxurious hard box as the 500ml.

Set of 3 x 100ml Glass Scented Candles with Gold Cape Island Crest on the front standing on top of Constantia Heights Box featuring ink drawings by South African artist Sharon Boonzaier

As if that wasn’t enough, we are delighted to announce that we’re bringing all our fragrances to you in a new range of body products so you can take the sophistication of Constantia Heights with you wherever you go.

Allow yourself to be enveloped by the dramatic foliage of Constantia Heights… Link to shop

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