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Patchouli Blanc // Recycled Glass Candle


Patchouli Blanc // Recycled Glass Candle



A fresh, clean, and modern take on a classic that blends coriander, white jasmine, and ambrette flower in a heart of warm patchouli. Light, sheer, subtle, and lovely.

Top notes: Coriander, white jasmine
Middle note: Ambrette flower
Base note: Patchouli

Scent profile: Clean Herbaceous-Floral

8oz US grown soy candle in recycled glass vessel with recyclable metal lid + cotton & paper eco wick

Burn time: 50-60 hours

*Makers note: This fragrance started out as an accord that I use to make No.31 Cannabis Flower, but I found myself loving it on its own. After a few customers requested a patchouli-forward fragrance, I decided to release Patchouli Blanc and let the scent goddess decide her fate.

Patchouli is one of those scents that seems to clearly divide people into two either love it or you hate it. This scent takes traditional patchouli to a much lighter, clean, and 'buttoned-up' place that feels subtle, sheer, and fresh.

Fun fact: Patchouli is used extensively in perfumery as it works beautifully as a base to build fragrances around, giving depth and character to blends. Even if you think you hate patchouli, you may secretly be a fan.

•Our small batch candles are made with US grown soy wax, biodegradable labels, paper/cotton blend eco wicks, and are phthalate, paraben, zinc, lead, and dye free


To enjoy a perfect burn, allow your candle to form a complete wax melt pool across the top during first burn...this ensures your candle will burn evenly and beautifully down the sides of the container. Trim your wick to around 1/4" before each burn thereafter, snipping off any soot ball that accumulates.