Gingerbread House - Large Candle
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Sweet and sugary with some spice - this scent will fill your home will absolute delciousness. You won't even need to bake gingerbread this year. Just light the candle and enjoy!
Top notes: Star Anise, Clove Bud, Grated Cinnamon
Mid notes: Warm Gingerbread, Shaved Nutmeg
Base notes: Brown Sugar, Vanilla Extract
Our candles are hand poured using 100% natural soy wax and contain a crackling eco-friendly wood wick. The large candles are 300g and will burn for up to 64 fragrance filled hours.
BURN TIME & SIZE
The large candles are 300g and will burn for up to 64 hours.
The travel tins are 125g and will burn up to 25 hours.
We use a 100% natural soy wax. This is plant based making it one of the most eco-friendly and sustainable waxes. It is composed of non-petroleum renewable resources, derived from high yield crops of soy beans. It’s a fully biodegradable wax, free from pesticides and herbicides and kosher certified. Benefits of soy wax is that it produces less smoke, less soot, it's non-toxic and far better for the environment.
We use 100% natural and eco-friendly wooden wicks that are sourced from FSC-certified mills. There are many benefits to wooden wicks, the most known is the calming soft crackling sound they make, reminiscent of a log fire. They burn cleaner than cotton wicks with no carbon build up and burn slower than traditional wicks. This results in a much longer burn time for your MIAMI + CO. candle.
HOW TO CARE FOR MY CANDLE
When lighting your candle for the first time, allow the wax to melt all the way to the sides of the jar. This will ensure a consistent and even burn.
It is also important to always trim your wick to 1/4 inch before relighting each time. This can be done by simply pinching off any black charred wood, and lighting the fresh wood underneath. If the wick is too long, the flame may have difficulty staying lit. The recommended maximum burn time of a MIAMI + CO. candle is 4 hours.
For added safety, ensure the flame is extinguished as the wick nears the base of the jar or as the wax is close to being completely melted.