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At the river’s edge in the wake of the rain,
white jasmine exhibits its starlight
against the dense green jungle understory.
Gentle dew and hot wood; fresh bloom and sweet fruit.

Every moment, every portion of this forest charged with life:
honeycreepers trill, old bark slips off the rainbow gum tree,
its rich new skin emerging blue and yellow from beneath.

Poem by Matthew Kosinski

Isle of Jasmine

The Scent

A lush volcanic rainforest, replete with wild jasmine, rose, and saffron. Bunches of tart green bananas hang from the canopy overhead; light mist sprays from a nearby waterfall. Plush notes of woody musk and oolong tea float through the air.

Perfect for sinking into a sunny afternoon.

The Memories

“It is said that jasmine was the favorite flower of Hawaiian Princess Ka’iulani. She often wore a lei of jasmine around her neck, and the gardens of her estate were filled with the flower. Some even say she christened Hawaii’s native jasmine variety “pīkake,” which means “peacock,” in honor of her pet peacocks, which would roam the gardens with her. Sometimes, I like to imagine myself in those expansive gardens, surrounded by acres of starlike pīkake, inhaling its spicy sweet fragrance.”

“There’s nothing like a rainforest after a storm, when the heat and humidity have broken and the trees’ broad leaves sparkle with dew. The scent of every flower is amplified. The animals begin to stir again. It feels like you’re in the heart of the world itself.”

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Key Notes

Jasmine Grandiflorum: Naturally grown in India, an addicting floral that carries an intense and enchanting aroma.

Neroli: Fresh and slightly sweet floral note coming from the bitter orange tree. Evokes clean, post-shower skin.

Saffron: From the flowers of Croci, this tendril straight from the earth is burnt caramel, soft and inviting.

Ylang-Ylang: A fruity, jasmine-like floral, which adds a touch of lusciousness and calm.

Green Banana: Not fruity, but rather tart and green. Lush and alive like the rainforest.

Oolong Tea: Earthy and herbal, with notes found in lighter silver and green teas, too.

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Isle of Jasmine will be the Seasonal Scent of July 2024.

November 2021
A Happy Reminder

“I only lit it on the most special occasions because the jasmine reminded me of Savannah, GA.”

Full Letter

Dear Keap,

Your jasmine candle is my favorite candle to date.

I only lit it on the most special occasions because the jasmine reminded me of Savannah, GA where they only bloom for a week once a year. I met my husband in Savannah and every time the jasmine bloomed we would spend extra time strolling the streets.

It's the only jasmine candle that actually smells just like them!

— Madison, Savannah

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