Tatine Stars Are Fire Collection- Bitter Orange and Lavender 60 Hour Soy Candle
Bitter Orange and Lavender- "Tart Seville Orange oil, marmalade, and orange bitters are beautifully blended with Barreme lavender. Finished with chalky soil and floral notes and a hint of mango extract."
Each 8 oz. soy wax candle comes in its own unique, artisan mouth-blown smoke grey glass that can be repurposed- it is lead-free and can be cleaned and used as a drinking glass.
Each candle is packaged within a small vintage parcel made from 100% post-consumer, soft cotton paper and lovingly secured with black cord. Each parcel is unique from the next and slight flaws in recycled paper are considered part of the charm. The origami-folded base reveals a smattering of stars. The scent of each candle leaves it's mark on the packaging and can be slipped in a drawer to emit a delicate fragrance.
When burned properly, you will enjoy 60 hours of a delicate fragrant atmosphere.
Tatine candles offer the highest-quality ingredients possible in their products. Their candles use a combination of high-grade perfumery oils and pure essential oils. This allows them to create a greater range of fragrances, and give more fragrance when candles are burned. Tatine uses only natural soy and vegetable-based waxes with no additives and no added paraffin wax.
Tatine candles are created in a studio housed in the former Hammond Organ Factory in Chicago. Here they strive to bring inspiring olfactory sensations to life with intention.They consider each candle an individual handcrafted, poetic object.
A note on how to burn your Tatine candle:
On the first lighting, burn your candle for one hour for each inch of its diameter until you have a full melt pool. Candles have a "memory", so the first few burns will influence how it burns in the remainder of its life. By allowing your candles to have a "memory burn", you are actually increasing the candles burn time, and by allowing a full melt pool to form from edge to edge of the glass, you increase the scent throw. Additionally, at each subsequent lighting you should trim the wick to 1/4" for best quality.