Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle
Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle
Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle
Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle
Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle
Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle
Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle
Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle

Roland Pine Three-Wick Tin Candle


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  • Burn Time Up To 32 hours
  • Net Wt. 13 oz / 369 g
  • Scent Category: Woody
  • Top Notes: Fir Needle, Cilantro, Pine
  • Middle Notes: Cedarwood, Winter Berries
  • Bottom Notes: Sandalwood, Musk
  • FRAGRANCE: Roland Pine is not your ordinary pine! This fragrance is calming, with notes of glorious Fir needle, and fresh pine, you have to smell it to believe it. Of course, Roland Pine is a must for holiday, but is a fresh and invigorating year-round fragrance.
  • ABOUT OUR CANDLES: We use cotton wicks and pure soy wax to make our candles because of their clean burning qualities. Every batch of candles is tested for wick optimization, cool and hot fragrance throw & burn times. We make our candles in small batches, and the craftsmanship and quality are unsurpassed. All of our products are made in the USA.

  • BEST PRACTICES: When you burn your soy candle for the first time, it is important to burn for about 4 hours. That is how much time it will take for the wax to melt and pool all the way to the edge of the tin. Blow out your candle. Before burning again, allow wax to cool. Before lighting, trim the wick to about 1/4" before lighting to ensure even burning. The reason you trim the wick is so that the flame won’t be too high or hot, and your candle will burn slower, giving you many hours of burn time. If the wick is too tall and hot, your wax will melt very fast and is prone to tunnel. Always burn candles for 3-4 hours at a time for best results. Light and burn on a level surface and allow wax to burn and pool before extinguishing. Do not leave candle lit and unattended.

  • THE STORY BEHIND ROLAND PINE: You might wonder how the name Roland Pine evolved. Elizabeth Grubaugh, our designer lived up in Tuxedo Park, NY and was inspired by the lush forests of Harriman State Park on the drive to our studio in Garnerville, NY. This caused her to draw the pinecone you see on our Roland Pine packaging. The fragrance was born and matched to the pattern, and we decided we wanted to pay homage to our Rockland County roots, and named our pine Roland after a member of the Harriman family, Roland Harriman. Seemed fitting, and the rest is history!

  • ABOUT US: Soap & Paper Factory has been creating beautifully fragranced home and body products for over 20 years. All products are free from parabens, phthalates, petrochemicals and dyes. We never test on animals and our products are 100% vegan. S&PF is female owned and operated. Born in New York and made in the USA!

Soy Wax, Fragrance (Parfum), Cotton Wick.