Broken Top Candles

Ooh, how I love taking delight in a gorgeously scented, all-natural candle. Broken Top Candle Co., based in Bend, OR, makes hand-poured, mall batch candles with clean-burning soy wax – a renewable source that’s better for the environment, better for air quality, providing a longer burn time, and gives a strong base for the scents. These candles are also gluten-free, cruelty-free, and vegan!

Broken Top Candles Honey Horchata

Broken Top graciously sent me these following scents to try, and I gotta say, my nose holes are happppyyyy!!

  • Mount Bachelor – This scent is a combination of bold notes such as cardamom, clove, and plum, blanketed with amber to create a smooth, gender-neutral scent perfect for him or her. To me, it smells like a shirtless, ravageable hunky hunk that’s comin’ in for a big ol’ bear hug! 😉
  • Honey Horchata – This scent is so dessert-y and sweet and vegan despite the honey in its name – it’s not *actual* honey. Notes of delectable vanilla and cinnamon blend together to mimic a yummy horchata beverage. This is the perfect sweet treat for any home! Honey Horchata is currently burning as I draft this post. 🙂
  • Sea Salt Surf – This fresh and summery, light and airy scent creates a whole mood that’ll transport you elsewhere for the perfect escape. It flaunts notes of jasmine, sweet cream, and a hint of driftwood. It’s a beautiful breezy and carefree beachy scent, I absolutely love it!

These soy candles come in a 4oz and 9oz jars that range from $15-26. Their scents are long lasting, smell incredible, and fill the entire room for hours!

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Tags: Broken Top Candle Co • eco candle • soy wax candles • vegan candles

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