Cuddle up with our perfect Fall blend of spice, wood and citrus. Spiced Red Tea has sophisticated, warm notes of cinnamon, pink pepper and saffron blended with earthy vetiver and tobacco and slight citrus hints of orange, bergamot and grapefruit. It’s nostalgic, like a fuzzy, warm sweater, yet elegant like a Fall tea party. Winter just got cozy, the perfect time for hygge.
What the heck is hygge? Pronounced hue-guh. Hygge is a concept that’s followed in several Scandinavian countries. It’s a noun, a verb and an adjective. It’s a lifestyle really and can be defined as a cozy quality that makes a person feel content and comfortable. Or used to describe a moment or feeling that is cozy, special, or charming. It brings to mind pleasant, engaging, mellow, good-humored, safe, and snug environments. It’s comfort and pleasure combined. Why should you embrace hygge? It’s the little moments that count and we should all stop and enjoy them. Take a break from all the stresses in life to find a little piece of happiness and calm. Get cozy and enjoy a cup of tea.
Soy wax wood wick candles are visually appealing and create a relaxing ambiance with slight crackling sound. Wood wick candles burn more evenly creating a better hot “throw.” That’s just candle talk for how strong your candle’s aroma is released when lit. Our Spiced Red Tea Candle is the perfect accompaniment when taking time for hygge or just to refresh the aroma in your house.
Never leave a candle unattended. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Never burn on or near anything flammable. Burn from 2-4 hours max at a time.
Better Burning Tips
Just like anything in nature our wood wick candles are each unique. They are made with natural, untreated wood and can sometimes be a bit temperamental. Here are some tips to ensure your safe and happy candle burning experience. •Light the wick all the way across, not just on one end. •Make sure your first burn is always to full melt pool (liquid all the way across). This will ensure a subsequent burn to melt across and not tunnel. •Keep away from drafts and on a level surface, and please never move a lit candle. •Keep your wick trimmed! Knock off the black char that is left over from your last burn. The sesh (candle talk for the charred wood part) will not burn again and will just fizzle out. •Relight on an angle and use a clicker lighter.