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  • Sligo 'Abounding in Shells' Candle Open Sligo 'Abounding in Shells' Candle
    We have teamed up with the lovely A&S Aromas again who are also a Sligo business to create this gorgeous new candle that is exclusive to WB’s Coffee House! Sligo ‘Abounding in Shells’ Sligo translates to Sligeach in Irish and it means ‘Abounding in Shells’ or ‘Shelly Place’. Over 6,000 years ago people first settled in Sligo because of the abundance fish and shellfish so it is from here where the name originated from and the inspiration behind our newest candle! It smells amazing with top notes of Wood Sage & Sea Salt and sure to be a welcome addition to your candle collection, trust us!
    • 40 hours burn time
    • 100% Soy Wax
    • Vegan
    Ensure to burn for up to 4 hours the first time so the whole top melts to avoid pooling and to get a good scent. Safety notice: Never leave a burning candle unattended, keep out of the reach of children & pets, keep away from draughts, do not handle when lit as tin may become hot
  • Sligeach 'Abounding in Shells' Candle Open Sligeach 'Abounding in Shells' Candle
    We have teamed up with the lovely A&S Aromas again who are also a Sligo business to create this gorgeous new candle that is exclusive to WB’s Coffee House! Sligeach ‘Abounding in Shells’ Sligo translates to Sligeach in Irish and it means ‘Abounding in Shells’ or ‘Shelly Place’. Over 6,000 years ago people first settled in Sligo because of the abundance fish and shellfish so it is from here where the name originated from and the inspiration behind our newest candle! It smells amazing with top notes of Wood Sage & Sea Salt and sure to be a welcome addition to your candle collection, trust us!
    • 40 hours burn time
    • 100% Soy Wax
    • Vegan
    Ensure to burn for up to 4 hours the first time so the whole top melts to avoid pooling and to get a good scent. Safety notice: Never leave a burning candle unattended, keep out of the reach of children & pets, keep away from draughts, do not handle when lit as tin may become hot
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