NOTED Candle Original 8 oz. Mulled Cider
Original: 8 ounces | Single Cotton Wick | ~ 45 hour Burn Time
Sea Salt Sage: Fresh sea salt mingled with sage and bergamot. The spiritually cleansing properties of salt water and sage mingle in this rejuvenating scent.
Cactus Flower: Vibrant flowers bloom from evergreen succulents and the breeze carries sweet notes of fresh citrus and agave.
Lime Basil Mint: This scent is as sweet as your favorite mojito, and has a familiar zesty aroma. A refreshing blend of citrus, herbs and geranium to liven up your kitchen or bedroom.
Mediterranean Fig: Sweet fig and melon, and balanced with notes of jasmine and rosewood.This scent is as vibrant as the Mediterranean coastline.
Vanilla Amber: Subtle vanilla paired down with smoky undertones. No sickly sweet-smelling vanilla here.
White Tea Lavender: Clean and soothing lavender with hints of jasmine and white tea. Bright yet calming.
"Home is your safe place and we want to help you keep it that way." Noted carefully selects high quality materials that adhere to strict safety standards and they are always looking for ways to make their products even safer. The candles are made from 100% soy wax derived from soy grown on US farms. The fragrances are a blend of essential and other perfume grade fragrances in skin safe base oil. They are phthalate-free, and Prop 65 compliant. Each braided cotton wick is zinc and lead free to ensure a clean burning experience. There are no added dyes or other nasties in our candles.
Tips from the chandler: Trim wick to ¼ inch before each and every burn to prevent soot buildup around glass. Do not burn more than 4 hours at a time to ensure you control the temperature of the melt pool which helps your candles last longer and burn more safely. Cover your candle after each burn to prevent dust and other air pollutants from settling on the surface, never burn a candle with any debris on the surface. Always keep an eye on a lit candle and keep out of reach away from little ones.
All Noted products are lovingly handcrafted by a team in small batches in South Boston, MA.