Whisky and Smoke Clean Eco-Friendly Candle by Spe Candles
If you like Whisky, you'll love this! Grand memories of a smooth malt whisky taken by the fireside. Iconic to Speyside malt whisky and the Moray Whisky Trail. Made with scents of Oak moss, smoky birch, resin and white tonka bean. Spé Candles are Plant-based, all-natural and non-toxic
Candle Care and Information
The Green Greyhound is based within the Iconic and ever-popular Moray Whisky Trail. When we saw this eco-friendly candle, made locally and with a real nod to our local heritage, we just couldn't resist ...
Approximate burn time of 35 hours.
These candles are 'clean' candles and use only natural fragrances so they are completely free of manufactured scents. They are also vegan and made from plant-based ingredients.
Spé Candles are Plant-based, all-natural and non-toxic
Only essential and natural oils are used. No fragrance oils are used.
Evoke grand memories of a smooth malt whisky taken by the fireside. Iconic to Speyside malt whisky.
Scented with oak moss, smoky birch, resin and white tonka bean.
Spé Candle uses and encourages the repurposing of containers.
This candle is part of their Modern Amber Apothecary Collection presented with a black metal lid.
Each SPÈ candle is made in small batches and hand-poured with care. They are made from organic soy and coconut waxes, pure essential oils and cotton wicks. Coconut and soy wax are natural renewable and carbon neutral, making an eco friendly product. Coconut and soy wax are superior because they provide a longer and cleaner burn with a good scent throw.
Through the use of natural oils and nature-inspired scents SPÈ Candles transports you to the wildness and beauty of Scotland while adding an element of simple luxury, calm or celebration to any room.
8oz candle with an approximate 35 hour burn time. Dimensions (with lid): height 81mm | diameter 65mm. (with lid): height 81mm | diameter 65mm.
The photo of the Thomas Telford designed bridge in the heart of Speyside was taken by The Green Greyhound and shows the powerful yet majestic River Spey, which is the lifeblood of Moray's Whisky Industry, running along a beautiful Speyside Forest.