Lohn Lagos

Aged Whiskey and Pear Soy Candle


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The Aged Whiskey and Pear Soy Candle by luxury home fragrance brand Lohn Lagos is hand-poured in Nigeria. This fragrance honors America’s Bourbon produced in 1780, and the oldest fruit tree in America, a pear tree brought from Europe around 1630 and planted in Massachusetts. This fragrance is a combination of Fruity pears infused in generous bourbon, perfumed with vanilla bean and gourmand.

  • Top notes - Green Apple, Pear; middle notes - Caramel, Gourmand - base notes: Vanilla, Musk, Cocoa Butter
  • 180g, 30-hour burn time
  • Made in Lagos, Nigeria

Lagos, Nigeria

The name “Lohn” is derived from the Estonian translation of the word “aroma”. Founded in 2017 by Lami Olopoenia, Lohn is about creating fragrances that capture a moment in time and ultimately transport the Lohn customer. Made in Nigeria and hand-poured, the luxury candles and reed diffusers are steeped in premium fragrance, and besides giving your space a wonderful scent and imparting ambiance. All vessels have been thoughtfully curated to add a stylish accent to any space. Lohn believes in the power of scent and it excites the brand to share the olfactory journey through beautiful scent creation and products that they love. Lohn Lagos aim is to deliver an enhancing addition to a moment, mood, and to create a special memory. 

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