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June 14 2016

Candle Of The Week: Ginger Ale

 

It’s apparently winter here in our home town of Byron Bay, however these mild, sunshiny days would beg to differ and what better accompaniment for a warm winters day than a refreshing ginger ale. Whether you like yours straight up or with a nip of spiced rum, it is guaranteed fizzy refreshment in a bottle.

 

Yes, you’ve guessed it, this weeks Candle Of The Week is Ginger Ale by Alchemy Produx. These Melbourne based chandlers hand pour their candles in to re-useable glass chemistry beakers – which make for a very handy drinking vessel once the candle burns out.

 

A classic combination of freshly grated ginger and zesty lemon notes, this thirst quenching fragrance is bright and refreshing.

 

Shop Ginger Ale by Alchemy Produx here and don’t forget to take a look at our Ginger Ale inspired pinterest board for everything ginger related!

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