Port Royal Collection
Located on on the southeast coast of Jamaica, the natural harbor at Port Royal became the center of English life in Jamaica. It had also become the infamous home of pirates and Englishmen on the make. The English finally decided to close its naval station at Port Royal, effectively closing it for business, and most residents left. In 1951 what was left of Port Royal was hit by Hurricane Charlie, destroying more property. Today most of the remains of the 17th century city lie under up to 40 feet of water. Up until the 1900s visitors reported on the city still visible below the waves, and the eerie sensation of floating over the rooftops.
This Collection Features vintage distressed tin cans, wood wicks, and offers 60 + hours of burn time with scents reminiscing the history and beauty of Port Royal. I also wanted to bring alive the beauty in what was left of the countries' disasters.
Enjoy scents ranging from masculine, floral, and woody.