Asian Scents Co. Candle: Thai Collection
Thai Milk Tea ("cha nom yen" in Thai) is a beverage that originated in Thailand and has been very popular throughout the world. The tea is a base of black tea and to make Thai Milk Tea, condensed and evaporated milk are added.
The authentic Thai Tea served throughout Thailand in cafes, tea shops, and street vendors is made from a mix. This mix has the right blend of black tea, spices, colouring, and flavouring.
Black tea, cinnamon, fresh milk, vanilla bean, musk
Mango sticky rice is a traditional Thai dessert known as Khao Niaow Ma Muang (in Thai) is heavenly delicious and famously served as street food in Thailand and at Thai restaurants. The sweet sticky rice paired so well with nutty coconut cream and fresh sweet mango. This scent will offer you an exotic traditional Thai dessert.
Mango, papaya, coconut milk, buttered rum
Tom Yum is probably one of the most popular Thai soups in Thai restaurants worldwide. It is also a staple meal in Thailand. Tom yum has its origins rooted in Thailand. Tom refers to the boiling process, while yum means mixed.
A refreshing zest accord with mouth-watering lemongrass, kaffir lime together with fresh pineapple.
Kaffir lime, lemongrass, pineapple, herbs, vanilla bean, cedarwood
- Made of Coconut Soy Wax & Wooden wick
- High-quality fragrance oil from Australia
- Approx. 15-20hours burn time
- Weight 160grams (reusable jar)
- Hand-poured small batches
Failure to follow instructions could result in the fire hard or injury. Never move a lit candle. Keep out of the reach of children and pets. Avoid exposure to drafts. Never leave a lit candle unattended.
CAUTION: Container may be hot. Always store the candle in a cool dry place below 25c and away from direct sunlight. Keep the wick trimmed to 5mm before each burn to prevent smoke and large flame, Do not burn the candle for more than 4hours.