With notes of spring water, green grass, and charred sage, this scent is evocative of the moment just after a lightning storm, when the sky abruptly clears and the sun beams down onto the freshly damp earth. One of the most common raw materials used in perfumery, Oakmoss is laid bare in this fragrance, stripped to its purest form then stacked with red amber, bergamot, and sandalwood for a warm, forest-floor base and then elevated by the botanical brightness of lavender and violet leaf.
THE ALL IMPORTANT FIRST BURN:With the first burn you are priming the candle for great performance. You may get smaller flames and slightly less scent throw, but that is normal. Make sure to let the candle burn until the melt pool reaches all sides of the candle before blowing out.
TRIMMING WICKS: Trim your wicks to 1/4" before lighting each time. This will ensure your candle burns as clean, safe, and long as it should.