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Silver Badge Candle 450g - Winter In The Chateau
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Silver Badge Candle 450g - Winter In The Chateau


Winter In The Chateau.

A gorgeously scented candle is presented in a white glass vessel with Cote Noire's Silver Badge. Perfect for gifting or as a touch of decadence in your home. 
Designed by French perfumer Emmanuella Juilliard, Winter at the Chateau is an elegant fragrance full of woods and spices. Cinnamon brioche by the kitchen hearth, a morning walk through the frosted avenue, a light mist covering the walled garden. 

Made from Ecoluxe Wax, a completely natural, biodegradable & renewable alternative. It is made from a blend of New Zealand beeswax, Thai coconut wax & American soy wax. By blending these waxes together, your candle will burn cleanly & evenly, optimizing the fragrance release even when unlit.

Top Notes: Cashmere, Cedarwood.
Middle Notes: Rose, Cinnamon.
Base Notes: Bergamot.

Trim wicks to 5mm before each use using scissors or a wick trimmer. 
Place the candle in a non-draughty area, away from small children, pets and flammable material.
Do not burn for less than one hour or more than three hours at a time.

Once you have finished burning the candle through you can keep and re-use the beautiful vessel. A simple tip to remove the wax. Make sure that the wax is cold. Place the vessel in the freezer for 24 hours so that the wax can contract. Take the vessel out and the wax should start to gently crackle around the edges. Place upside down and gently tap the vessel and the cold wax should fall off. If required use a plastic knife to help removing the cold wax around the edges being mindful not to scratch the paint off the vessel. Enjoy for many years to come.

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