Pomegranate

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Have you ever placed the seeds of a pomegranate at the bottom of a champagne flute on New Year’s? Did you know that Cleopatra used the seeds of the pomegranate to redden her lips before seducing Mark Antony? Lynn taught me both of these fun tricks. Sweet yet tart, this fruit is valued for its antioxidant powers and in candle form, its deep red and luscious scent is as seductive as it is powerful.

Visit Nest to pick yours up today, or pop into Abbracci in Redondo Beach California!

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