Mood: Rich & Floral
Smells Like: Jasmine, Honey, Amber
Diffuser Size: 6.25 oz
Fragrance Life: 3-6 months
Soy Candle Size: 8.5 oz
Burn Time: Up to 80 hours
Candle Tin Size: 4 oz
Burn Time: Up to 20 hours
**Due to the size of the candle tins, we do not recommend burning them for more than 2 hours in a single session.
Diffuser Product Box:
55cm x 48cm x 22cm
Diameter: 2.25 inches
Height: 1.85 inches
Diameter: 3.06 inches
Height: 3.5 inches
Our products are:
-free from dyes or other artificial colorings
-All manufacturing supplies are responsibly sourced, with fair wages for employees throughout the supply chain and carbon footprint top of mind
-All of our packaging and shipping materials are recyclable
-Every item is hand made in micro-batches in NYC
What is Honey Jasmine?
Jasmine is a type of flowering plant that is native to tropical and subtropical regions of the Old World (primarily in Asia). It is a member of the olive family and is known for its delicate and fragrant flowers, which are often used to produce perfumes and essential oils. Jasmine plants are vines or shrubs that can grow to be quite large, with dark glossy leaves and small white or yellow flowers. The flowers of the jasmine plant are highly prized for their sweet, exotic scent and are often used in aromatherapy and traditional medicine. There are many different species of jasmine, each with its own unique characteristics and uses. Jasmine is also a popular choice for use in gardens and landscaping, as it is relatively easy to grow and adds a touch of elegance and fragrance to any outdoor space.
Jasmine tea is a type of tea that is made from green tea leaves scented with the aroma of jasmine flowers. It is a popular beverage in many parts of Asia, particularly in China, where it has a long and storied history.
Jasmine tea is believed to have originated in the Fujian province of China during the Song Dynasty (960-1279), when tea merchants began adding jasmine flowers to their teas in order to improve the flavor and aroma. The tea quickly became popular and began to spread throughout China and beyond. Today, jasmine tea is enjoyed in many parts of Asia and around the world, and is considered to be a symbol of culture and tradition in China.
In the production of jasmine tea, green tea leaves are mixed with jasmine flowers and left to soak in the flowers' fragrance for several hours or days. The tea is then dried and the jasmine flowers are removed, leaving a delicate and aromatic tea. Jasmine tea is known for its refreshing and floral flavor, and is often enjoyed as a way to relax and unwind. It is also believed to have a number of health benefits, including aiding in digestion and helping to reduce stress and anxiety.
What does EMME's Honey Jasmine smell like?
Our Honey Jasmine fragrance is a luxurious and floral blend of sweet honey, delicate jasmine, and warm amber. The top notes of this fragrance are a tantalizing blend of creamy honey and delicate jasmine, creating a rich and soothing aroma. The heart of the fragrance is a warm and inviting blend of amber and jasmine, adding depth and complexity to the overall scent. This fragrance is the perfect balance of rich and floral, and is perfect for creating a cozy and inviting atmosphere in any space.
If you're a fan of wood wick candles, you know that they can bring a cozy, warm atmosphere to any room. But in order to get the most out of your wood wick candle, it's important to properly care for it. Here are a few tips for keeping your wood wick candle burning bright:
-Trim the wick: Before lighting your wood wick candle, be sure to trim the wick to about 1/4 inch. This will help prevent the flame from becoming too large and will ensure that your candle burns evenly.
-Burn for at least an hour: The first time you light your wood wick candle, be sure to burn it for at least an hour. This will allow the wax to melt all the way to the edge of the jar, which will prevent tunnelling (when the wax only melts down the center of the candle).
-Keep the wax pool clear: As your wood wick candle burns, be sure to keep the wax pool clear of any debris, such as wick trimmings or matches. This will help the candle burn smoothly and will prevent the flame from becoming obstructed.
-Don't burn for too long: While it's important to burn your wood wick candle for at least an hour at a time, you don't want to burn it for too long. A good rule of thumb is to burn your candle for no more than 4 hours at a time. This will help prevent the wax from overheating and will extend the life of your candle.
-Store properly: When you're not using your wood wick candle, be sure to store it in a cool, dry place. This will help prevent the wax from melting and will keep your candle in good condition.
By following these tips, you can enjoy your wood wick candle for longer and create a warm, inviting atmosphere in your home. Happy candle burning!
-Carefully remove the cap from the bottle of fragrance oil.
-Insert the reeds into the bottle, making sure they are fully submerged in the oil. How many you use is up to you- more reeds, more scent!
-Allow the reeds to absorb the oil for at least an hour, or until they are saturated.
-Turn the reeds upside down, so the dry ends are now in the oil.
-Place the bottle in a safe location where the fragrance can be appreciated- keep away from open flames, pets, children, or high traffic areas where the diffuser could be knocked over.
-Flip the reeds occasionally to refresh the scent and keep the fragrance consistent.