The Guy // Gift Guide 2015
ACDC - Aesthetic Content Design Collection Candles
AC DC makes some absolutely gorgeous scents for ones study. Plus they could double as actual modern home decor. Two scents that are universally pleasing are their Pelle Vanilla which is a blend of creamy vanilla beans with sueded leather, blood oranges and a hint of patchouli. Another is the much fresher Winter Bosco which channels a walk through a snowy balsam forest with white pine, silver fer and black spruce and Fumoso Cedar which smells of crackling yule logs thanks to smoked cedar, amber and fresh moss. The perfect Christmas scent. Even better they come in travel candle form too.
This sort of resembles a mouse on steroids but it's actually a small Aromatherapy diffuser that runs off your computer via a USB. Since there is no water involved, there are no chances of accidents or ruining anything on their desk. Instead it emits just enough scent to keep germs at bey and a calming mood depending on the essential oils you give (lavender is great).
This is one of my all time favorite Koh (Japanese Incense) scents. A dry, subtle scent of aloes wood, cinnamon and sandalwood that is reminiscent of falling leaves crunching under foot. An absolutely beautiful scent that also comes equally beautifully boxed and can be enjoyed by either leaving the box open (in situations where sprinklers are present) or by burning a stick or two.
A Copper Moscow Mule Mug
Coming in all different shapes and finishes, these are still surprisingly missing from many home bars and bar trays. Which makes these prime present material. See my previous post over here on the recipe and history that goes along with these coppery mugs.
The HopSooken Packable Back Pack
What looks like a dopp kit is actually a full sized hiking style backpack that's actually rather tricked out. Even better it's insanely lightweight yet water resistant and roomy with plenty of packets. It even has mesh side pockets for water bottles or ones umbrella and lightly padded shoulder straps.
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