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Fast-paced, energetic; a small-stringed storyteller, the fiddle is a popular instrument in many European and North American cultures. Canadian fiddling is especially important, contributing to the country’s cultural identity.  In Quebec, the use of the fiddle is unique. Percussive and rhythmic playing is highly developed with irregular beat patterns. (Podorythmie)

This form of folk music is translated with notes of maple, vanilla, and wood smoke; keeping you warm on those dark, cold nights.


Fragrance Notes

Maple, wood smoke, and vanilla


Candle Components

Crackling wooden wick, coconut & apricot crème wax, essential oils & regulated aroma molecules. 

Hand-crafted and hand-poured. 

150g fill, burn time 15 hours. 


-Trim your wick at first and after each use, you can use your fingers or a napkin.
-Burn your candle to the edges on the first burn to avoid a sinkhole.
-Keep the wax pool free of wick trimmings, matches and debris.

-Do not burn a candle all the way down (leave ½”)
-Do not touch or move vessel while burning.
-Extinguish if it repeatedly smokes or the flame becomes too high.
-Do not burn longer than 3 hours at a time.
-With crackling wooden wicks, the sound is part of the experience!