Fire & Wolf | Savoy Smoked Whisky Soy Wax Candle 180ml
Fire & Wolf | Savoy Smoked Whisky Soy Wax Candle 180ml
Fire & Wolf | Savoy Smoked Whisky Soy Wax Candle 180ml
Fire & Wolf | Savoy Smoked Whisky Soy Wax Candle 180ml
Fire & Wolf | Savoy Smoked Whisky Soy Wax Candle 180ml
Fire & Wolf | Savoy Smoked Whisky Soy Wax Candle 180ml

Fire & Wolf | Savoy Smoked Whisky Soy Wax Candle 180ml

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Some of the oldest and grandest hotels are found in London, a city that is loved and visited regularly. This candle is inspired by hotels of old, designed as home fragrances to celebrate these beautiful and exclusive hotels. The Savoy : Smoked Whisky from Fire & Wolf is a blend of a sweet chocolaty whisky scent with light notes of vanilla and a deep smoky undertone.

- Soy Wax Candle
- 35 Hour Burn Time
- 180ml Screw Topped Lids
- Chocolaty Smoked Whisky
- Lingering Fragrances

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Sustainable, Made in the UK, Natural Ingredients
SKU FNW010

Some of the oldest and grandest hotels are found in London, a city that is loved and visited regularly. This candle is inspired by hotels of old, designed as home fragrances to celebrate these beautiful and exclusive hotels. The Savoy : Smoked Whisky from Fire & Wolf is a blend of a sweet chocolaty whisky scent with light notes of vanilla and a deep smoky undertone.

Candles are made from natural soy wax and presented in 180ml amber glass jars with screw top lids.

Estimated burn time 35hr


Always Made in United Kingdom

 

Specifications & Ingredients

Specifications & Ingredients


Size 180ml
Notes Top Notes: Chocolaty whisky Mid Notes: Vanilla Base Notes: Deep Smoky Undertone.
Burn Time
Approx. 35 Hours



What's in the Box?

What's in the Box?

1x Fire & Wolf The Hydra Seaweed & Juniper Soy Wax Candle 180ml

 

 

Candle & Product Safety

Product Safety

Candles are becoming a preferred way to add ambiance to your home and to bring beautiful fragrances to your home. However, candles have naked flames which represent a fire hazard. Every year hundreds of domestic fires are started by candles. Following a few simples steps will ensure your wonderful candle will be safe to use. 

Please do read the following tips before using candles in your home.

Candle Holders

If your candles are not supplied in a jar or similar container they should not be used until you have obtained suitable candle holders. Choose stable, heat resistant accessories that will hold the candles securely and offer somewhere for the heated wax to drop.

Location

Always position your candles on stable surfaces which are out of the reach of children and pets. Keep the candles a safe distance away from any flammable objects like curtains, soft furnishings and Christmas trees. Never place candles on plastic surfaces which can easily melt and takes care to keep candles far enough apart that they cannot drip wax onto each other.

Draughts

Your candles should be positioned in well ventilated rooms but away from any draughts. Draughts can emanate from vents, open windows and doors being opened into the room. Draughts can cause uneven burning, rapid burning, dripping wax and soot marks. The candle flame can also be redirected to contact items nearby including other candles.

Wicks

Trim your candle wicks to less than 1cm in length before lighting them. Lengthy wicks can bend to cause uneven burning and dripping wax. If a wax pool does develop keep it clear of debris and flammable materials and do not use knives to clear wax from glass holders as they can shatter.

Extinguishing

You should never try to extinguish a candle with your fingers as this can be ineffective and could result in burns. Don't blow on them either because you can splatter the wax. Use a snuffer or a spoon and avoid using any water as this can cause the wax to splutter and the sudden change in temperature may cause any glass holders to shatter. Extinguish your candle immediately if it constantly flickers, smokes or the flame suddenly becomes high. These are all signs that the candle is not burning correctly and therefore could be hazardous. Do not allow your candle to burn down completely but rather leave at least 2cms of wax in the holder. Always check that your candle is completely extinguished before you leave it unattended as smouldering candles can reignite

General Safety

Never leave candles unattended wherever they are, especially if you have children or pets. Extinguish the candles every time you leave the room as it only takes a few seconds for a fire to start if the candle is knocked over. Ensure that you have functioning smoke alarms in the home just in case and establish escape routes for you and your family in case you suffer a fire, whatever the cause.

If you follow these simple, guidelines then you can enjoy the wonderful aroma and fabulous atmosphere created by our candles in complete safety. You shouldn't miss out on the benefits of candles, especially during the festive period, but please do take care! The following video neatly sums up all of our safety tips.

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