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Sage + Mint.

*and how to easily spend £40 on candles and disappoint your boyfriend.


You might remember back in June when I visited the Wealden Times Midsummer Fair that I was head over heels with Produce Candles and their beautiful packaging. Well, knowing that winter is on its way and that once it gets to this time of year as soon as it’s time to turn the heating on and the living room gets darker, it’s time to light some candles and start hibernating.

After my sweet friends Kirstin and Dan picked me up a rhubarb Produce Candle to warm our house, I felt confident that Produce Candles really are as good as they look.




A beautiful trio – and I’m sure I can do something fun with the jars once the candles are used up.
So far, despite burning for over 8 hours (and other things candle bloggers say), they’re less than 1/3 way through and by the standard of the kind of scented candles I usually buy, I’d say that for their size, that’s pretty good.


It’s very simple, but I love that they sort of keep with the gardening theme and package the candles with straw-like padding.


Another nice touch, for the record, tomato is delicious!



I Love Produce Candles stocks the whole range of candles, and they’re actually also the company from the stall I saw at Wealden Times all those months ago.


The main touch that I love is the tips for growing the plant that your candle smells like. I already have mint and sage growing from plants in the garden but this is good stuff to know for next year’s plants.


There are so many to try, but I went for sage and mint as they’re my two favourite herbs. I’d be really interested to give radish and carrot a go and I’d love fig if this winter lasts as long as it’s supposed to – still, I’m slightly on reserves given that they are pretty luxury. That said, I’d definitely say they’re worth it, not only do they smell great but they’re made from natural soy wax, which burns much more evenly and slowly than beeswax, so you get to enjoy them for longer. ♥

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