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Kicking Horse Pass Candle
A High Mountain Pass Across The Continental Divide Of The Canadian Rockies, The Main Line Of The Canadian Pacific Railway Was Woven Through This Steep And Narrow Pass Since The 1880’s. First Explored By The Palliser Expedition, The Kicking Horse River Was Given The Name After James Hector, A Naturalist, Geologist, And Surgeon Was A Member Of the Expedition, Was Kicked By His Horse While Exploring The Region.
The 1871 series scents evoke hues of musk dipped in bourbon, wrapped in the resinous mahogany and santal, saturated in cloves of cinnamon, and whispering hints of bergamot soaked with the splendour of tobacco and patchouli
Splendour Without Diminishment
(Formerly Known As Tavern & Tusk)