No. 20 - a fall scent inspired by an afternoon trip to the apple orchard
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No. 20 is our annual trip to Knapton's. One of my favorite fall activities is a trip to Knaptons. It's local farm just outside the Twin Cities that has raspberries (even at the end of September), the best Honeycrisp apples, and beautiful ornamental pumpkins. We make our annual trip in late September, right as fall is setting in. The sun is warmer than you think it's going to be, but the air is crisp. You can smell the changing leaves. Families everywhere are having fun and making core memories.
Top Notes: anise, eucalyptus, green leaves, ozone
Middle Notes: black currant, apple, cranberry
Base Notes: tonka bean, amber, vanilla, juniper, incense
This candle is a blend of coconut and soy waxes.
2 oz. tins are sample sized. The tins are roughly 2 inches in diameter and 1.5 inches tall. Maximum burn time is approximately six hours.
6 oz. tins are great for small rooms and gifts. The tins are roughly 3 inches in diameter and 2 inches tall. Maximum burn time is approximately 10 hours.
11 oz. ceramic jars are great for any space. Our current inventory is black matte. They are roughly 3.5 inches in diameter and 3.75 inches high. Maximum burn time is approximately 40 hours.
The first time you burn your candle sets the tone for how it will burn for the rest of its life. Burn the candle until the wax pool (the melted part around the wick) reaches the edge of the jar or tin. This will prevent tunneling and wasted wax. It will take approximately 1-1.5 hours.
General Care + Safety
Always keep the wick trimmed to 1/4 inch. Occasionally, wicks will mushroom, this is a black cap at the end of the wick that resembles a mushroom. If present, make sure to remove prior to burning. Keep the candle free of debris, even the wick trimmings.
Don’t burn your candle near flammable stuff (curtains, we're looking at you) or leave unattended. Definitely don’t burn any candles when you’re sleeping.
Don’t burn the candle all the way to the end. Leave about 1/4 inch of wax at the bottom of the vessel. This will keep the vessel from getting too hot and potentially damaging the surface it is sitting on.