Like being in church the night before Christmas: burning incense and smoked woods come through strong, followed by light touches of balsam and citrus.
We rate our fragrances on a sliding scale from 1 (fresh and subtle) to 5 (moderate) to 10 (heavy and rich).
A candle closer to the fresh side of the scale will make a great accent to a room, but will not necessarily be the first thing you notice when walking in. A candle in the middle won't overpower those who don't like rich candle fragrances, but it will definitely stand out more than a fresh candle. A candle closer to the rich side of the scale will be one of those "fresh bread in the oven" type of scents - it will easily fill a room and the scent will linger long after the candle is out.
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Jar Sizes and Burn Time
There are many variables which affect burn time, such as draftiness in the room and the length of the wick. We recommend using candle toppers for our larger (12oz and above) candles. They are very precisely wicked, but in colder weather or drafts caused by busy HVAC systems, it is harder for the flame to evenly distribute the heat and it may take upwards of three hours for an even melt pool to form. While this is normal for larger candles, a candle topper melts the wax more quickly, which is great if you only want the candle burning for a few hours. If you don't already own one, candle toppers can be purchased cheaply online.
Our 4oz candles come in square mason or jelly jars (depending on supplies available) and have an average burn time of 20 hours.
Our 8oz candles also come in square mason or jelly jars and burn for around 30-35 hours.
Our 12oz candles come in status jars, which are higher-end decorative glass jars and make great gifts. They typically hold around 10 oz of wax and have similar burn times to our 8oz candles.
Our 16oz candles now come in apothecary jars and are double-wicked. They hold approximately 18 ounces of wax by weight and are capable of burning for more than 50 hours.