Brighton - Oak, Grapefruit, & Sea Spray
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Henry Dendy paid £1 per acre for 5,120 acres of Port Phillip land from England in 1840, sight unseen. In mid-1841, a town survey was completed, which specified the crescent-shaped street pattern that still exists today. Unfortunately, the area lacked readily available water, and sales were slow at first, and when the financial slump hit, Dendy's plan for emigration and land sales failed.
Due to land acquisitions, Brighton became the third most populated town following the Great Depression, attracting wealthy residents eager for vast construction lots and the opportunity to swim in the sea.
Brighton drew wealthy individuals looking for large construction lots and the chance to swim in the sea. Prior to the Great Depression, up to 200 bathing box sites may have been assigned. Grapefruits being savoured with the smell of wood boxes floating through the mild sea spray would have been abundant on a summer day.
Oak, Grapefruit, & Sea Spray:
As fresh as it gets, incorporating citrus and fresh ocean notes alongside patchouli, amber and oakmoss.
Top Notes: Grapefruit, Lime
Middle Notes: Sea Spray, Oakmoss
Base Notes: Patchouli, Amber
Small - 25hr Burn Time
Medium - 50hr Burn Time
Large - 100hr Burn Time
*Medium Candle Shown in images.