In The LAb

We are hard at work perfecting the aromas that will fill your homes as part of our Ember + Element Candles.  Testing everything from wick sizes to jar configurations to oils ratios is an exciting and invigorating process that we take great pride in to provide the highest quality candles that will adorn your living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, and hopefully much more!

Take an inside look at some of the scents we are cooking up...

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Campfire S’more – Inspired by a night around the fire pit with good friends, this candle combines our love of bonfires and our love of chocolate, marshmallow, and graham cracker sandwiches.  We combine the scents of whipped butter, confectioner’s sugar, and German chocolate with a touch of crackling wood, patchouli, and musk for an aroma that will be sure to include your taste buds in the party too.

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Outdoor Summer Party

Savannah Garden Party – Our original creation! A sunny, summer afternoon in Savannah is sure to include a step behind the magnolias into a lively Garden Party.  Light this fun candle with its blend of magnolia, citrus, and fresh garden breeze layered on base notes of ylang-ylang and musk, pop a bottle of bubbles (champagne or your favorite craft beer) and escape into a lovely, Lowcountry afternoon.

Georgia Sweet Peach Tea – An ice-cold glass of the South, enjoy this favorite candle on your porch or in your kitchen.  Notes of bergamot, lemon, and tea leaves bring this candle to life along with notes of white lily, winter thyme, and musk.  Light this candle and pour yourself a glass of the real thing or some homemade lemonade for a combination Arnold Palmer would be proud of.

Ice Tea
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Pecan Waffle – Inspired by a breakfast with family and friends at the iconic Breakfast Club on Tybee Island, this candle is sure to bring the love to your home.  Enjoy notes of vanilla and maple syrup paired the aroma of local pecans as a jump start to your day or while winding down at night. 

Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil – The name comes from the classic, tantalizing novel by John Berendt that is set in Savannah, but the aroma combines the beautiful history of the city with some its haunted side as well.  This candle will transport you to a cool evening walk the street of historic Savannah.  Notes of clove and live oak lay on a bed of patchouli and sugar pine will make you feel as if your walking through Forsyth Park or the  Wormsloe Historic Site, or the Sorrel Weed House if a haunting is more your style.

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