Our coveted Evergreen and Tangerine scent launches this week in a scrub, room+body spray, and soap for the holiday season. Inspired by the crisp and cool scent of evergreen trees and combined with the citrus tanginess of tangerine, one whiff and you’ll be reminiscent of cold and cozy winter days. Bet ya didn’t know, but the Evergreen variety is also quite versatile and used in a multitude of ways to curate some delicious drinks and eats.
You can get your hands on our Evergreen+Tangerine scent in a scrub, room+body spray, or soap!
Cedar is indeed a variety of Evergreen and adds a delicious flavor to meats when grilled. This smokey and sweet cedar-plank salmon recipe is so simple yet so rich in taste. Simply combine smoked paprika, brown sugar, salt, and pepper for the rub. Then, transfer the salmon onto your cedar planks for a woodsy, robust taste that simply cannot be replicated! Just don’t forget to soak your plank in water before tossing in the oven or on the grill.
This super simple scone recipe combines all the right flavors of rosemary, pepper, and cheese. They are absolutely perfect for the winter months. Pair them with your favorite hearty stew or toast them up and top with butter. These just might be a great addition to your next holiday party.
Perhaps the best part of creating this cocktail is the melodious aroma that your home will have upon completion. Both the rosemary and the tangy tangerines are toasted before being muddled together with rum to create a caramelized flavor. Can’t get enough of this citrus and evergreen combination? Check out this E+B blog post showcasing some more cocktails inspired by the scent.
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