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Summer Vineyard Classic Candle

R130.00R545.00

Celebrate the natural beauty of the Cape Winelands with this classic single wick scented candle packaged in a beautiful white and gold box. The Summer Vineyard fragrance (previously called Constantia Heights) is a relaxing meander through an unexpected South African paradise. Taking inspiration from those relaxed afternoons spent soaking up the sweeping green vistas, sunshine and lush, blossoming gardens found on many of South Africa’s best-loved wine estates. Bright, uplifting neroli and delightful ylang-ylang are blended with fresh fig leaf and an unmistakable petitgrain note.

Product Info:

  • Fragranced 500ml (large), 250ml (medium), or 100ml (small) soy wax blend with single cotton wick in recyclable glass.
  • Burning time of 55 hours (large), 35 hours (medium) or 12 hours (small).
  • Hand-poured in South Africa, using a soy wax blend and fine perfume oils imported from the Grasse region of France.
  • The elegant Cape Island glass cup can be rinsed and recycled once the candle is done.

Care Info:

  • The wick should be trimmed to a length of 5mm before each burn.
  • Allow the surface of the candle to liquefy, this should take 3-4 hours.
  • Wax has a “memory” and if you extinguish too soon this may result in tunnelling.
  • Never exceed a 4-hour burning time and do not blow out your candle, allow it to rest and relight in 2 hours.

Summer Vineyard Collection

  • Top Notes: Neroli Flowers
  • Heart Notes: Sweet Ylang Ylang, Petitgrain
  • Base Notes: Fresh Fig Leaf, Dark Green Forest Floor
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