Experience Winter's Warmth with the New O'Tannenbaum Candle

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Greetings from the serene shores of Salt Spring Island! As the festive season approaches, we at Salt Spring Island Candle Co. are thrilled to unveil this seasons O'Tannenbaum candle.

An ode to the winter marvels of Canada's West Coast, this limited seasonal release encapsulates the essence of our island, elegantly handcrafted into a candle.

A Harmonious Blend Inspired by Nature
O'Tannenbaum is more than just a candle; it's an aromatic journey. The heart of this scent lies in its trio of essential oils: Balsam Fir, Frankincense, and Black Spruce. Each brings its unique whisper of the wilderness:

  • Balsam Fir: Immerse yourself in the crisp, evergreen embrace that recalls fond memories of snowy forest walks and the joy of choosing the perfect Christmas tree.
  • Frankincense: A hint of spice and sweetness, reminiscent of cherished holiday rituals and a touch of the exotic.
  • Black Spruce: Infuses a vibrant, forest-like essence, echoing the tranquility of lush, evergreen landscapes.

Crafted with Care
True to our ethos, each O'Tannenbaum candle is hand-poured in small batches, ensuring impeccable quality. We’ve chosen a unique vessel - a reusable whiskey tumbler with a bamboo lid, reflecting our commitment to sustainability. The blend of coconut and soy wax, along with 100% pure essential oils, with over 60 hours of clean, eco-friendly burn time.

As always, our products are vegan, cruelty-free, and mindfully sourced, aligning with our dedication to environmental consciousness.

A Limited Release
The O'Tannenbaum candle's unique and complex blend reflects our love for nature and commitment to authenticity. We invite you to bring a bit of the West Coast's tranquility into your home this season. Shop Now

Available for a limited time, the O'Tannenbaum candle is a celebration of the season's spirit. We hope it fills your home with the same joy and peace that inspire us every day here at Salt Spring Island Candle Co.

Warm wishes and happy holidays,

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