The name of these delicious mandarins come from their providence in Japan. They were first brought into America by the Jesuits in the 18th century. They started planting groves north of present-day New Orleans, between 1908 and 1911, about one million Owari Milan (mandarin) trees were imported through the lower gulf Coast. The towns of Satsuma in Alabama, Florida, and Louisiana were all named after this fruit. Satsuma mandarins are still commonly grown here today.
It's the blossom of the satsuma that will quickly captivate your senses. A balanced floral blend, my "Louisiana Satsuma Blossom" candle is sweet, delicate, and fresh. A lush fragrance for Spring or Summer, Satsuma Blossom has top notes of petigrain and bergamot, middle accords of neroli and jasmine, and a light sandalwood base.
This fragrance is infused with natural essential oils, including bergamot, and eucalyptus.
Top: Petitgrain, Bergamot
Middle: Neroli, Jasmine, Orange Blossom