Hawaiian Experience Spa in Scottsdale is now carrying Paradise Candles of Hawaii

We are happy to announce the we are now carrying a new line of Hawaii scented candles. These are natural soy candles and will be available in fourteen fabulous scents:

Awapuhi – This intoxicating flower can be found growing wild throughout the Hawaiian Islands and are highly revered by the locals. The scent is sweet, spicy and so awesome!

Bird of Paradise – Sweet floral scent combined with fresh fruits and vanilla.

Gardenia of the gods – Only a flower this passionate and pure can be fit for the gods.

Hibiscus & Thai Palm – Green palm leaves wrapped in a floral bouquet of hibiscus and rose.

Kupaloke (Tuberose) – One of Hawaii’s renowned lei flowers. Sweet, exotic and elegant floral scent.

Kona Coffee – Direct from the slopes of Kona’s golden coast. A smooth and rich aroma of pure Kona coffee.

Liliko’i – Widely known as the Hawaiian passion fruit, liliko’i is one of our favorite island treats! Slightly tart with a sweet citrus taste, the flavor is exotic and tropical.

Lucky Bamboo – Exotic sultry fragrance from the Far East. Asian spices, grassy notes, citrus, jasmine, cyclamen and lavender.

Mango Papaya – Fruit fusion bursting with ripe mangos and juicy papaya.

Pau Hana – It’s pau hana time! A tropical blend of sweet coconut and delicious lime.

Pineapple Plantation – If Hawai’i had a state scent, this would be it. Sweet, juicy and ripe golden pineapple.

Tutu’s Haupia Pie – An island favorite. A very rich and creamy Hawaiian coconut dessert.

Waimea Mist – From the hallowed grounds of Waimea Valley on O’ahu’s north shore comes this blend of tropical flowers softened by fresh water.

White Tea & Ginger – Nurturing scent of delicate Chinese white tea with a touch of spicy ginger.

Read more about these quality candles and place an order by visiting our online store. Our first order of candles will not arrive at the spa until 12/13/10. Placing an order early will help ensure that you will be able to get the scents you want before the holidays. Aloha.

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