New Zealand Made / Scented Whisky Fire

New Zealand Made / Scented Whisky Fire

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Candles NZ | Whisky Fire

Hand-poured to create a stunning ambience around your home, carefully selected fragrances and essential oils adding luxury and a relaxed ambience and serenity to your lifestyle.

Whisky Fire

A distinctive and unmistakable fragrance recreating the bliss of sitting by the fire sipping your favourite nightcap which cannot help but create memories of nights out and good times with friends.

Hints of the heady blend of potent alcohol, woody oak and smokey peat of Whiskey mixed delicately with the smoky, woody essences of amber, clove, sandalwood and patchouli, so reminiscent of the comfort and joy felt from sipping whiskey by the fire 


CARING FOR YOUR SOY CANDLE

The first burn is the most important!  When lighting your candle for the first time, always allow the wax to burn so that it melts across the entire edge of the vessel.  This will ensure an even burn for the duration of the candle's life.

TRIM YOUR WICK...make sure your candle wick is always approximately 5mm in length.  This will encourage an even burn, and a steady flame.

Avoid burning candles for more than three hours at a time.  We suggest that after burning a candle for three hours, extinguish the flame and let it cool until the wax hardens before relighting.

When not in use we suggest you store your candle in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

THE HALF INCH WAX RULE...always monitor the amount of remaining wax in your candle vessel.  Never leave your candle burning unattended.  Once the wax falls below 1.5cm approx discontinue use.  The candle may heat up when the flame nears the base of the jar if there is very little or no wax remaining.

Do not leave multiple candles burning too close to each other.  Always leave a 100mm gap.

Keep your candle away from children, pets, drapes, soft furnishings, and anything that can easily catch fire.

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