Ever had a situation where the candle that oozed rose petals and Royal Oudh in the store now smells odourless (and you are essentially burning three quarters of a glass full of plain wax) How is this possible?
The answer is in production. Mass production methods do not allow for proper mixing of fragrance in to wax. The result is poor fragrance distribution - the 'glory' tends to settle at the top. The dawning realisation comes a few hours into the burn, when the fragrance disappears and your left with a bogstand wax candle in a 'nice' glass.
Gloria Kennedy resolve to ensure that there is an even distribution of fragrance throughout the lifecycle of their candles. They refer to this as the 'fragrance time', not the burn time as others do. Their handmade methods enable them to churn and mix the wax and fragrance at key intervals ensuring that they don't separate before setting.
What's more, Gloria's unique glass designs change colour, with the light glowing through her distinctive signature bird icon to give you an idea where you are with the burn.
Gloria Kennedy London, by day, by evening, by night....