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An winter stroll through Paris, Prague, Vienna. Ducking in to a warm bakery filled with mouthwatering sweets and scents. Sitting a moment, there in the window, watching the world go by.
Gourmand notes of plum and orange peel over spiced hints of ginger, cardamom, and sugared chestnuts. Warm and inviting with a hint of nostalgia.
Fun Facts: "Patisserie" is the French word for pastry, or a bakery that specializes in sweet delights. My great-grandmother came to New York from Vienna, and loved to recreate European pastries in her Brooklyn home. My mother enjoyed them during her early childhood, and reminisces about them every holiday season. This scent was inspired by her lavish descriptions.
Enjoy the subtle, crackling ambience of our Whisper Wood Collection. Translucent amber jars allow warm light to shine, and are ideal for reuse. This collection is created using 100% American-grown soy wax and natural, sustainably-sourced wooden wicks for a bright, clean burn and excellent scent throw.
- TOP NOTES: red plum | orange peel
- BODY: ginger | chestnuts
- BASE: vanilla | cardamom
Size: 17 oz
Dimensions: 4"h x 3.75"d
Wick: Uncoated, natural wood wick. Our wicks are sustainably sourced from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified mills in the U.S.A.
Fill: 13.5 oz wax weight
Burn time: Enjoy this fragrance for up to 45 hours.
Vessel: Translucent amber glass jar. Fitted, gold metal lid keeps candle dust-free when not in use.
Why You Will Love It
Vegan + pet friendly.
Cruelty-free. Ingredients have never been tested on animals.
Hand-poured in Virginia using our own, original fragrance blends.
Our fragrances are free of phthalates and toxins. They comply with California Prop 65 standards.
Candles contain only 100% American-grown, dye-free soy wax, uncoated natural wooden wicks, natural essential oils and fragrance for a cleaner burning experience.
Please recycle or upcycle this vessel to a new purpose after your last burn.
Please see label on jar bottom for best burning practices.