When I think of Laurel Canyon in ’69, I feel an odd nostalgia for something I never experienced.But, even today, there is something completely magical about driving through Laurel Canyon and envisioning a time that was filled with incredible music, art, freedom, love, and friendship.It has an aura of a simpler, sweeter time that I often crave. Set the scene for yourself: top down, clear blue sky, sunshine on your face with a great song blaring over your speakers, enjoying the fresh, bright scents that are quintessentially California. Notes of cactus fruit, Sicilian tangerine, and night blooming jasmine fill the air while undertones of hemp and cedar waft through the canyon from the homes stacked on the hillside above.Blissful and simplistic, this is Laurel Canyon 1969.
Laurel Canyon 1969 is hand poured in Los Angeles using a blend of natural soy wax and phthalate-free fragrance oils, ensuring a clean, non-toxic, and environmentally friendly burn.
Burn time is approximately 50 hours.
Slight variations in color and texture are normal due to the use of natural soy wax and essential oils.