Fig + Cassis
An irresistible blend of warm ripened fig infused with fruity blackcurrant, a fabulous Mediterranean scent.
Simple and classic in design these beautiful candles are a firm favourite of ours; they're eco-friendly, made with premium fragrance & essential oils and hand poured in Lincolnshire, UK.
This one's for you if you've a passion for wandering. It's a heady mix of scents ready to transport you to a balmy evening in the Mediterranean. Heaven.
- Cotton wick
- 180ml brown apothecary jar with lid
- Approx. 35 hours burn time
- Glass jar - 6.7cm diameter, 8.2cm height
- Made in England by HOBO Soy Candles
- Sustainable soy wax candle
- Arrives in gift box.
HOBO soy candles are lovingly hand poured in small batches by lifelong wanderer Rachael Clark.
Inspired by her travels Rachael first started making her candles in 2013 near her childhood home of Lincolnshire, UK. She now draws inspiration from far and wide to design the collection, always with a definite nod to her love of the outdoors.
HOBO candles are made using soy wax, made from soya beans. It's is eco-friendly, sustainable and has a cleaner, healthier and longer burn time than traditional petroleum based paraffin candles.
We love each and every scent, and after discovering HOBO fell in love with these little gems. Our office, homes and bath times haven't been the same since.
Instructions for Use
For best results when lighting for the first time, allow wax to melt to the sides of the jar, ensuring a consistent burn. Maximum recommended burn time is 4 hrs per burn. Always trim wick after each burn to 1/8 inch by breaking or cutting off the burnt ends when cool.
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