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We're in the process of changing our candle containers from tins to jars. They are currently in `testing phase' & will be available at our October Stroud Farmers' Market stall and on the website soon. Thanks for your patience - they will be worth the wait!

College Green candle are made from pure soy wax, which gives a clean, soot-free burn, and carefully blended fragrance oils, then hand poured in small batches in our Cotswolds studio.

Our candles are poured into small silver tins, each with a lid, so they are perfect travel companions,  presents  or accessory to compliment any home.

Available in a range of scents, including:

  • Winter Honeysuckle & Elderflower
  • Gingerbread
  • Cashmere & Winter Musk
  • Amber Noir
  • Christmas Spice
  • Rose
  • Lavender
  • Lemongrass & Ginger
  • Wild Fig & Cassis
  • Wild Mint
  • Lime, Basil & Mandarin

College Green candles compliment our range of soaps and bath soaks - why not take a relaxing soak in a Sleep Easy bath, treat your skin to a gentle Lavender & Patchouli soap while burning the delicate scent of a Lavender candle?

We've included a small candle in our soap & bath soak gift boxes, or try these combinations:

  • Rose Geranium soap, Rosy Posy bath soak, Rose candle
  • Lavender & Patchouli soap, Sleep Easy bath soak, Lavender candle
  • Lemongrass, Ginger & Oat soap, Calming bath soak, Lemongrass & Ginger candle
  • Lime & Grapefruit soap, Happy Bath soak, Lime, Basil & Mandarin candle
  • Peppermint & Rosemary Soap, Warming or Calming bath soak, Wild Mint candle

Each College Green candle is also available as a wax melt, each containing botanicals that float gently in the melted wax once warmed.

And if you're giving the gift of a beautifully scented home you might like our four candle gift box, or six candle gift box - perfect for Christmas, birthdays, house warming presents or anniversaries.

Once fully burned re-use or recycle the tin*.

* If you're going to re-use the tin you'll want to remove remove every last trace of wax. Fill the empty tin with very hot water from a kettle, wait until it cools and the residual wax will rise to the top, making it easy to remove. Finish with a quick rinse in warm soapy water.