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Leather, Oudh & Tonka Bean Soy Candle 390g

$65.00

Our mysterious blend has an exquisite and lingering aroma. Initially hit with a sharp burst of bergamot & lime, followed by the warmth of rosewood and supported by tonka bean and cedarwood. A bold scent that leaves you craving for more.

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Our mysterious blend has an exquisite and lingering aroma. Initially hit with a sharp burst of bergamot & lime, followed by the warmth of rosewood and supported by tonka bean and cedarwood. A bold scent that leaves you craving for more.

FRAGRANCE CLASSIFICATION: Woody

Notes:

TOP - Cinnamon Leaf, Lime, Mandarin, Bergamot

MIDDLE - Oudh Wood, Rosemary, Sea Spray, Rosewood

BASE - Leather, Tonka Bean, Patchouli, Amber, Cedarwood

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Your first burn will take approximately 3 hours for the wax to melt to the edge of the glass.
At this point, blow out your candle gently and allow the wax to reset before relighting.
Each subsequent burn, should not be less than 2 hours or more than 4 hours.
Why is this so important? Soy wax has a burn memory. Each time you burn your candle, burn it to the edge of the glass so that your candle does not tunnel.
Never move a burning candle, as this can affect your wicks. Extinguish first, ensure wax has set before moving.
Never burn your candle in drafty areas.
Each time you relight your candle, trim off the mushroom or tip, making sure your wicks are no less than 1cm in height.
If the wicks are too short, it will affect the integrity of your candle.
A perfect burning candle all depends on where the wicks sit, they must always be in the original position.
If you notice your wicks have moved, gently reposition your wicks to the original position, while the wax is still
liquefied, ensuring you don’t get wax on the tip of the wicks.

Always burn within sight, on a heat resistant, stable, flat surface.
Do not burn right down to the base.
Keep away from children & pets.
Keep clear of items that catch fire.
Store below 30 C.

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