Brooklyn Candle Studio Minimalist Candle | Hinoki

By Brooklyn Candle Studio

$24 $28

Hinoki comes from the Japanese cypress and has a rich citrus aroma. Notes of hinoki cypress, cashmere woods, and cedar leaf dance above a heart of orris, redwood bark, and cardamom grounded by the base of sandalwood. Woodsy, deep, and calming, Brooklyn Candle's take on Hinoki smells like a stroll in Kyoto after the rain.

Made in Brooklyn, New York with 100% soy wax for an eco-friendly clean burn. We use lead-free cotton wicks and premium fragrance oils infused with essential oils. Brooklyn Candle Studio candles are vegan, cruelty-free, phthalate-free, and petroleum-free.

The studio's Minimalist Collection features elegant straight sided clear glass jars with modern minimalist labels. Perfect next to a bud vase filled with freshly picked blooms or your prettiest succulent on a mantle, nightstand, or coffee table. The brushed gold lids instantly make your candle travel-friendly.

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SPECIFICATIONS

  • Diameter: 2.88 in
  • Height: 3.5 in
  • Net Wt: 7.5 oz
  • Burn time: Up to 50 hours

CANDLE CARE & SAFETY

Directions:
Always trim wicks to 1/4 inch before lighting (we suggest using a wick trimmer). The first time you light your candle, let it burn for 3-4 hours to allow the melted wax to reach the edge of the container to prevent your candle from tunneling.

Candle Safety:
Follow the 2-foot rule - don't place a burning candle near clothing, books, curtains, or anything flammable. Place candle holders on a stable, heat-resistant surface that is sturdy and large enough to catch any melted wax. Keep lit candles away from drafts, ceiling fans, and any air currents. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Extinguish all candles when you leave a room or before going to sleep or if the flame gets too close to the candle holder or container. A candle should not be burned for more than four hours at a time. For a margin of safety, discontinue burning a candle when 1/4 inch of wax remains in the container. 

SCENT GLOSSARY

HINOKI
Hinoki comes from the Japanese cypress and has a rich citrus aroma. Notes of hinoki cypress, cashmere woods, and cedar leaf dance above a heart of orris, redwood bark, and cardamom grounded by the base of sandalwood. Woodsy, deep, and calming, our take on Hinoki smells like a stroll in Kyoto after the rain.