NO II. LIBRARY CANDLE
Notes of leather, sandalwood, old pages, and fruit tobacco.
LIBRARIES OF CENTURIES AGO CONTAINED A CERTAIN SECRETIVE MAGIC. LEATHER BINDINGS, COTTON, AND CANVAS; OLD GLUE AND TORN THREADS; INK AND COFFEE STAINS, THUMB PRINTED AND SMEARED.
A best-seller, one that creates the soft glow of a desk lamp above a stack of classics and fountain pens. Think of the ghosts and hauntings within an old abandoned room, with floor to ceiling cases holding antiques and chipped mugs, tilted novels, and locked journals. A candle that inspires on a cold winter night.
FOR IDEAL BURN:
Be sure to trim the wick before lighting. Your wick should between around 1/8”. If your flame is flickering excessively, or too high, or if the flame is smoking, your wick should be trimmed. Always burn until the wax of the surface is melted from edge to edge— this will prevent tunneling and extend the life of your candle. Do not burn for more than 4 hours. Always burn on a heat-resistant surface and never leave unattended.