13210, Birch + Peppercorn Coconut Soy Candle
Location: Syracuse, NY
Fresh-cut pine trees with an underlying base of amber. It has complexities of crushed moss, clove bud, cedar bark, and a smidgen of vanilla bean. It's for the ones who love being authentic and don't like the fake stuff (like my brother). Paying homage to my hometown known for its treacherous winters.
Top Notes: White Peppercorn, Clove Bud, Cypress Needle
Heart Notes: Cedar Bark, Birchwood, Siberian Pine
Base Notes: Warm Amber, Crushed Moss, Vanilla Bean
Made in Newark, NJ with coconut soy wax for clean-burning candles. We create our candles with a lead-free cotton wick and premium fragrance oil blends. We proudly create natural candles that are cruelty-free, and phthalate-free.
Our candles features elegant matte white jars features a warm gold interior. It arrives snugglly in a white paper candle tube . Picture-perfect nestled next to your favorite coffee table books, or sitting next to your most delectable succulent on along your mantle or side table.
Diameter: 3.1875 in
Height: 3.5 in
Net Wt: 8 oz
Burn time: Up to 50 hours
Directions: Trim your wick approximately 1/4 inch before using. When lighting the candle for the first time, burn until the wax melts across the entire surface to the sides of the glass. Please note it may take 3-4 hours to achieve a full wax pool.
-Store your candle in a cool, dark and dry place.
-Use for a maximum of 4 hours for each use.
-Always use a heat resistant surface under the candle.
-Never leave a burning candle on or near anything that can catch fire such as furniture, drapes, books, paper, or other flammable material.
-Never leave candle unattended especially around children, pets and drafts.
-Allow the candle to fully cool before handling.
-When the wax level is 1/4 inch, please discontinue use. Failure to do so, can be dangerous resulting in shattered glass from the overheated container.
SMELLS LIKE A FRESH CUT BIRCH TREE
Fresh-cut pine trees with an underlying base of amber. It has complexities of crushed moss, clove bud, cedar bark, and a smidgen of vanilla bean.