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June 17 2016

Candle Subscription - June 2016

 

Is there anyone out there that doesn’t love Teakwood & Tobacco by P.F. Candle Co.? No, we didn’t think so!

 

It’s just one of those fragrances that seems almost spell binding…you will always find yourself going back for more. With leather and black pepper in the top notes, tobacco in the middle and woody base notes, Teakwood & Tobacco appeals to the masses and yet remains so unique and special.

 

This month all of The Candle Library’s candle subscription holders received this addictive candle as a surprise in the post! The general subscription holders received the original 7oz candle while the Luxe subscription holders received the larger 14oz double-wick candle. Who knows what next month will hold?!

 

If you like the sound of receiving a surprise candle in the post each month either for yourself or as the perfect gift, you can purchase your candle subscription here.

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