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Irish Tweed Candle

Irish Tweed Candle

Regular price £18.00
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Reminiscent of the bygone days of Donegal Tweed, this signature Irish candle is a classic Fougere fragrance, with rich, fresh and unforgettable notes of Bergamot, Lemongrass, Tweed, Sandal and Amber.

Our signature candles combine the best of what we do to provide a candle we are certain you will be proud to own. We carefully blend the finest natural fragrances with our special natural wax blend and use linen wicks to create an amazing candle that we are extremely proud of and we hope you will be too. All hand poured in small batches in our factory, located in the foothills of the Mourne Mountains, Ireland. We hand package all our candles with care to make sure they reach you in perfect condition, while taking care of our enchanting environment, too.

Our Signature small tumbler candles features a burn time of approximately 30 hours.

Each candle comes with our stainless steel lid and wrapped in colour coordinated tissue paper complete with our luxurious white gift box which measures approximately 90mm in height and 75mm in width and depth.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews

Beautiful candles, lovely scent, great seller!


Smells divine, arrived SO quickly, and overall, a wonderful candle!


Oh my heavens, this one's fantastic! I bought two candles from Peter, and I will absolutely be buying more. I have had some great online customer service, but nobody--and I mean nobody--handles glitches better than Peter! Because of Covid-19, shipping has been a rough go, and I was getting squirrelly. But Peter kept me updated and even sent a second parcel when the first one vanished. He also sent a little gift for the wait, which was very kind. Just a super guy making super candles that put the heart of Ireland into little glass jars for all to enjoy. A word to the wise: be patient with the delivery part. It's soooooo worth the wait! Thanks again, Peter!