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Handcrafted in the USA, this candle is made with natural coconut wax and uses notes of Castilian Roses to capture a heavenly scene outside of Mexico City in 1531. Burning this candle brings grounding and calm as it creates an androgynous scent. Each candle is encased in a kraft canister with a spiritual graphic. Long burning time.
This candle evokes feelings of: grounding, calm
How to Use: To reduce sooting, trim wick to 14" before lighting and each time candle is re-lit. Burn at least one hour per inch of candle diameter each time the candle is lit to ensure the best burning efficiency. Do not burn longer than 4 hours at one time.
For nearly a decade, Marlene Stang served as Senior Perfumer at Sarah Horowitz Parfums, and discovered a passion for developing fragrances that evoke a specific time and place. Mexico, 1531 is an olfactory snapshot of the morning of December 12, 1531, when a resplendent heavenly maiden directed a humble Aztec man to pick a profusion of roses from the frozen soil of a nearby hill. This story of this miracle inspires the artist with its themes of unexpected blessings, beauty, and hope.