The Camp Cup Candle: Wanderer
Created in collaboration with Juno Pottery, the Camp Cup Candle features our Wanderer fragrance and is intended to be enjoyed as a drinking vessel once your candle has burned down. The Camp Cup is inspired by Jennifer's Oklahoma roots and the 'Oakies' who resourcefully repurposed a tin can as a drinking vessel during the Dust Bowl.
smells like: long days spent exploring new trails
fragrance details: a grounding and earthy blend of black pepper, bergamot, cedar, sandalwood, and oakmoss
type: woodsy, earthy & herbaceous
wisdom: centering & perspective
Please note that discount codes will not work on this item, as it is a special collaboration.
+ weight: 10oz
+ measures about 3 1/4" wide by 4" tall
+ burn time: 70+ hours
+ 100% pure american grown soy wax
+ small batch wheel thrown ceramic vessel glazed in white with iron speckles
+ hand-poured in small batches in brevard, nc
+ all natural fragrance oils and lead-free cotton wicks
+ to clean out your camp cup after you've finished burning your candle, use hot + soapy water to remove the last bits of wax. dishwasher safe!
Tips for a Wonderful Candle Experience
TRIM THE WICK. Make sure to trim the wick to ¼” before lighting and each time a candle is re-lit.
MAKE THE FIRST BURN COUNT. Soy wax has a memory and should be allowed to achieve a full melt pool on its very first burn. If it is extinguished prior to allowing a full melt pool, all subsequent melt pools will not go past the first one, creating the dreaded tunnel.
CREATE A WAX POOL. To get a strong and long lasting scent, make sure to allow the top layer to melt into a pool of liquid wax. To create a full melt pool, burn the candle for a minimum of one (1) hour for every inch of it's diameter, but no longer than 4 hours. All future burns should follow the first one's path and melt fully to the sides.
BURN SAFELY. Always burn within sight and on a heat resistant surface. Keep away from things that can catch fire. Always keep away from pets and little hands. Never burn a candle unattended! Do not burn longer than 4 hours at a time. The safest way to extinguish a candle is using the lid provided with your candle to suffocate the flame, versus blowing the candle out.
SAY GOODBYE. Time to let your candle go when only ½” wax remain.