The Roasted Rum- Crackling Woodwick Candle……..ITEM #SG1064

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, while sipping warm rum. Perfect mood. 

Fragrance Notes:
Top: Cognac, Dark Rum, Lemon Zest
Middle: Roasted Chestnuts, Maple, Cedar
Base: Tonka Bean, Charred Vanilla, Oakmoss
 Exclusive collection of clean, phthalate-free oils are unique, sophisticated and created using fine fragrance oils + pure  essential oils. Coconut-wax candles are toxin-free, kind to the environment, slow-burning and can really throw an aroma with the best of them. The uniqueness of the flame produced by WoodWick candles causes it to produce burning characteristics that are different from other candle.  And the cracking sound it make you feel like you're sitting next to a chimney.  
Glass jar and cover with 12 oz premium coconut candle wax and wood wick. 
HOW TO GET THE BEST BURN FROM WOODWICK CANDLES.
    • Maintain the wick and a length of between 1/8 and 1/4 inch. If the height of the flame exceeds 1 ½ inches or if the candle starts to smoke, blow out the candle, let the wax and wick cooldown. Then, softly run your fingers across the top of the wick to trim it. Before you relight the candle, remove all wick trimmings.
    • The candle is designed to extinguish itself when 3/8 inch wax remains

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, while sipping warm rum. Perfect mood. 

Fragrance Notes:
Top: Cognac, Dark Rum, Lemon Zest
Middle: Roasted Chestnuts, Maple, Cedar
Base: Tonka Bean, Charred Vanilla, Oakmoss
 Exclusive collection of clean, phthalate-free oils are unique, sophisticated and created using fine fragrance oils + pure  essential oils. Coconut-wax candles are toxin-free, kind to the environment, slow-burning and can really throw an aroma with the best of them. The uniqueness of the flame produced by WoodWick candles causes it to produce burning characteristics that are different from other candle.  And the cracking sound it make you feel like you're sitting next to a chimney.  
Glass jar and cover with 12 oz premium coconut candle wax and wood wick. 
HOW TO GET THE BEST BURN FROM WOODWICK CANDLES.
    • Maintain the wick and a length of between 1/8 and 1/4 inch. If the height of the flame exceeds 1 ½ inches or if the candle starts to smoke, blow out the candle, let the wax and wick cooldown. Then, softly run your fingers across the top of the wick to trim it. Before you relight the candle, remove all wick trimmings.
    • The candle is designed to extinguish itself when 3/8 inch wax remains