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Sorbet - Votive Glass Candle

  • $8.00


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The Sorbet Votive Candle is fragranced with elements of lemon and lime entwined with peach, melon, and rose. Our candles are all hand-poured in Arkansas. Made with a proprietary wax blend, ethically sourced containers and cotton wicks. Light one of these aromatic candles and transport yourself to a memory or emotion.

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Directions: Always burn on a heat resistant surface and trim wick to 1/4" before each use. Allow wax to pool to the edge each burn for maximum use and to avoid tunneling.

Fragrance Notes: Lemon, Grapefruit, Lime, Ginger, Musk, Floral

Details: Up to 20 hours of burn time; light yellow wax; 2.7 oz; clear glass cylinder with logo; 2.125” D x 3” H; Not tested on animals

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theresa diamond
Best summer fragrance Summer Sorbet

Have loved Summer Sorbet for ? 25+ years sets the tone of my home in Summer

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Deborah Brewer
Summer Sorbet

This has been my favorite scent for 25+ years. I always keep a basket of potpourri in my closets and linen areas. Everyone loves it and asks how to order. We have lived in multiple states and I love to share your history. KUDOS

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Adrina Beltran
Mysteriously nostalgic

I’ve loved this exact scent in a past life or something. Can’t get enough of it. Beautiful and romantic fragrance!

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Connie Gifford

Such a beautiful fragrance. So easy to love the fragrance. A very strong and lovely fragrance. Thank you for it and I do love burning a candle in every room.

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Linda Doherty
Lemon

I was hoping this would have more of a lemon scent than it does. Indeed, it is a good scent for your spring/summer with all the other scents in the candle. ..a bit heavy for my taste though.Probably will not reorder this though as it is not exactly what I wanted.
Thanks for asking what I thought