Matcha - Gift Set

$81.00 USD $90.00 USD

Our gift set comes with one 10 oz soy candle, one candle coaster, and one of our natural reed diffusers- the perfect choice or gift for anyone with a clear favorite fragrance, or someone looking to sample what products fit their space. 

Natural Reed Diffuser

  • Handcrafted with high-quality, natural ingredients
  • Elegant, sleek design elevates any space
  • Long-lasting fragrance without flame or electricity
  • Made with natural reeds that are eco-friendly and easy to use

10 oz Natural Soy Candle Jar

  • 10 oz natural soy candle in a reusable glass jar
  • Up to 80 hours of burn time
  • Hand poured in micro-batches in NYC

EMME Candle Coaster

Crafted with exquisite design and premium materials, our candle coasters not only elevate your décor but also protect your surfaces from heat and wax drips. Explore our collection of stylish options, perfect for any setting. 

    Mood: Earthy & Lucious 
    Smells Like: Matcha, Honey, Cream

    Mood: Earthy & Lucious
    Smells Like: Matcha, Honey, Cream

    Diffuser Size: 6.25 oz
    Fragrance Life: 3-6 months

    Natural Soy Candle Size: 10 oz
    Burn Time: Up to 80 hours


    Diffuser Product Box:
    55cm x 48cm x 22cm

    Soy Candle Jar
    Diameter: 3.06 inches
    Height: 3.5 inches

    Our products are:

    -cruelty free
    -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 Matcha?

    Matcha is a type of finely ground, high-quality green tea that is native to Japan. It is made from the leaves of the Camellia sinensis plant, which are shade-grown and then ground into a fine powder using traditional stone grinding methods. Matcha has a long and storied history in Japan, where it has been a staple in the traditional Japanese tea ceremony for centuries.

    Matcha is believed to have originated in China during the Tang Dynasty (618-907), where it was used by Zen Buddhists as a tool for meditation. The tea was later introduced to Japan by Buddhist monks in the 12th century and quickly became a central part of Japanese culture and tradition. In Japan, matcha is traditionally prepared by whisking the powdered tea with hot water using a bamboo whisk, and is often served in small bowls with traditional Japanese sweets.

    Today, matcha is enjoyed around the world for its distinctive flavor and numerous health benefits. It is rich in antioxidants, amino acids, and other nutrients, and is believed to have a number of health benefits, including improving concentration, aiding in weight loss, and boosting the immune system.

    What does EMME's Matcha smell like?

    Our Matcha fragrance is the perfect balance of sweet and earthy, and formulated for creating the perfect atmosphere in any space. The top notes of this fragrance are a rich and creamy blend of honey and cream, creating a warm and inviting aroma. The heart of the fragrance is a blend of matcha green tea, which adds earthiness and balance to the fragrance as a whole. Reminiscent of the perfect matcha latte!

    Candle care is crucial for maintaining the quality and longevity of your favorite candles, whether they have cotton or wood wicks. Here's how to ensure you get the most out of your candle experience:

    For Cotton Wicks:

    Trim the Wick: Before each use, trim the cotton wick to about 1/4 inch to prevent excessive smoking and soot buildup. A trimmed wick ensures a cleaner burn and minimizes the risk of uneven flames.

    Avoid Tunneling: During the first burn, allow the candle to melt across the entire surface to prevent tunneling, where wax accumulates around the wick, leaving wax along the edges. This promotes an even burn throughout the life of the candle.

    Burn Time: Limit each burn session to 3-4 hours to prevent overheating and extend the lifespan of your candle. Extinguish the flame when it reaches the recommended time and allow the candle to cool before relighting.

    Avoid Drafts: Keep the candle away from drafts or breezy areas to ensure an even burn and prevent flickering or uneven melting.

    Extinguish Safely: Use a snuffer or gently blow out the flame to extinguish the candle instead of blowing on it, which can cause wax splatter or smoke.

    For Wood Wicks:

    Trim the Wick: Wood wicks typically don't require trimming like cotton wicks. However, ensure that the wick is no longer than 1/4 inch before lighting to prevent excessive flickering and uneven burning.

    First Burn: Allow the candle to burn until the wax pool reaches the edge of the container to prevent tunneling and ensure an even burn in subsequent uses.

    Burn Time: Similar to cotton wicks, limit each burn session to 3-4 hours to prevent overheating and maintain the integrity of the wood wick.

    Mind the Ash: After extinguishing the flame, if there's any ash buildup on the wood wick, gently break it off before relighting to ensure a clean burn.

    Safety First: Always place the candle on a heat-resistant surface and away from flammable materials. Monitor the candle while it's burning, especially if it's a wood-wicked candle, as the flame may be larger and more visible.

    By following these simple tips, you'll maximize the enjoyment of your candles, whether they feature cotton or wood wicks, while ensuring safety and longevity.

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