We have brought out the twin candle to our popular Nana Yaa Serwah candle! the name of this candle is a tribute to our Ghanaian heritage and means ‘male born on a Thursday’ and it is a powerful mix of fragrant mimosa petals, creating a warm honey-like scent that combined with the warm tonka beans and lemon creates the perfect blend of citrusy but floral scent. This candle is perfect for welcoming spring.
Our candles weigh 220g with an average of 60 hours burn time
When you light an Okiki candle, allow it to burn until the wax has melted all the way to the edge to prevent a tunnelling effect leaving hard wax around the jar. This also maximises the beautiful scent that is released as the wax melts.
We highly recommend that you trim the wick each time you light an Okiki candle to around half a centimetre, as this will allow the candle to burn brighter and can prevent the wick from becoming deformed. Of course, ensure that candles are kept out of reach of children and textiles!