Hello, It’s Tea (6 oz)
Hello, it’s tea. I was wondering if after all these years you’d like to meet?
Black tea, lemongrass, eucalyptus, and orange scented soy candle.
Earthy and refreshing, this candle is great for lighting up when an old lover comes calling again. I have it on good authority it’s Adele’s favourite.
Funny candles, handmade in Canada.
6 oz candle, burn time is roughly 25-35 hours.
Burn all candles within sight and away from pets, children, or flammable objects. Never leave a candle unattended.
For safety reasons, always extinguish candles after 4 hours of burning.
Never move a lit candle, burn candles only on heat resistant surfaces.
Trim wicks before each burn and stop burning your candles when 1/4″-1/2″ of wax remains.
Wax – Copper Bell candles are made with organic American soy wax. They don’t use any additives like dyes or stabilizers in their candles. Some natural discoloration may occur with different scents.
Fragrances – They exclusively use phthalate-free and paraben-free fragrance oils, and do not use essential oils in products at this time.
The oils used are designed to be burned in candles and product safety information for the fragrances is available upon request.
Size: 6 oz
We love supporting other Canadian BeauTEAs!!
These are custom made by The Copper Bell in Guelph, ON.
1. Before you light, trim your wick!
Make sure you trim the wick to about 1/4″ before you light it! Before every light be sure to trim off any excess wick. This helps your candles last longer and helps to keep them from overheating!
2. Burn, baby, burn!
When you light your candle, make sure you let it burn until there’s a pool of wax all the way across. If you find your candle is tunnelling or otherwise burning unevenly, it’s usually because you haven’t let the wax pool.
Best practice is to extinguish candles after 4 hours of burning to prolong their life.
3. Keep it clean!
Keeping your wick trimmed and your burn even should help, but with fire comes soot. We’ve got one quick tip to keep your jars looking flawless. After your candle has completely cooled, use paper towel with a bit of coconut oil to wipe any soot from the top of your candle jars. Less is more when it comes to the oil!