The Oxfordshire 100ml Reed Diffuser


Inspired by tea with friends in the city of dreaming spires.

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Keep your home smelling gorgeous for an entire season with this fabulous reed diffuser from Home County Candle Company. Complete with 5 innovative ‘no-flip’ porex reeds for a high performance fragrance throw without any work required from you, this is all you need for a beautifully fragrant home for up to 4 months.

A Selen best-selling fragrance, the Oxfordshire is beautifully scented with green tea and bergamot. The top notes are formed by refreshing citrus bergamot, blended mandarin and drier notes of orange rind and lemon, twisted by notes of green tea. This leads on to a vibrant, floral bouquet heart of cool, watery white lily, sweet dewy rose, exotic gardenia and cyclamen, all of which are supported by a base of musk, amber and precious woods.

This diffuser is 100ml (3.25fl oz) and will last for 3-4 months.

The Home County Candle Company’s mission is to create sustainable products inspired by the British Counties.  All of their diffusers are hand-poured right here in the UK using the very finest fragrance oils and a soy-based solvent.  Soy is a natural, 100% vegetable sustainable source, making it not only biodegradable but also vegan friendly.

Each diffuser comes with a set of 5 innovative “no-flip” porex reeds, giving a high performance fragrance throw which means that you will be able to appreciate your fragrance throughout your room or area of choice, without ever having to rotate the reeds.

The Home County Company source the supplies for all of their products from UK suppliers for a lower carbon footprint, and all of their packaging is 100% recyclable and sustainably sourced.


We feel that each of the Home Counties that we have lived in, worked in and had the pleasure of visiting has its own unique character, whilst maintaining the stature and essence of the Home Counties as a collective. We have therefore drawn upon our experiences and memories to create our unique scents, each inspired by the County it is named after.