Citrus is one of Arizona's 5 C's, or the five major agricultural and natural resource contributors to the state's early economy (the others being copper, cattle, climate and cotton). The valley's bright sun and arid soil are perfect for growing citrus fruits, so groves of oranges, tangerines, lemons and grapefruit sprung up along the state's canal system beginning in the late 1800s. Many original citrus grove trees still remain in areas like Scottsdale and Arcadia today. Strolling through a farmer's market in a citrus grove on a beautiful spring day, you'll be enveloped in ripe oranges and key limes, basil and thyme leaves, fresh picked arugula, and the distinct floral aroma of blooming citrus tree flowers and neroli.
Scent: orange blossom + citrus + fresh greens
Mood: warm, bright, fresh and hopeful, like spring in bloom
Burn: 12 oz // 70+ Hours