Quintessentially Australian | Soy Candle Collection
My oh my! I am so proud to bring to you the scents of Australia! A collection of my favourite native flora to remind you of being out on Country.
Each candle features illustration and label design by Little Black Duck Aus.
The finer details:
• Approx. 48 hour burn time
• Opaque white or black glass container with a timber lid to contain all that wonderful scent!
See scent descriptions in the drop downs below.
Scent Name Description Strength Australian Bamboo Grass Clean and fresh with spearmint, lime zest and additional ozone notes balanced with lavender, fresh cut grass and a slight woody, spicy finish of cedar wood and nutmeg. 4 Australian Sandalwood A rich, woody blend with a true to life aroma. Australia has the largest natural resource of sandalwood (santalum spicatum) in the world so we were very excited to work on developing the best Australian sandalwood fragrance oil and we think our perfumer has done just that with this great blend. 5 Banksia A fresh citrus and floral fusion with bergamot, grapefruit and lemon peel, combined with banksia, fir needle and cassia bark. 4 Christmas Bush This quintessentially Australian fragrance exudes the stunning palate of Christmas Bush with essential notes of fresh flora and fauna, such as clove leaf, fir needle and leafy green notes, juxtaposed with woody musk and sweet jasmine to finish. 5 Cinnamon Myrtle I don’t think there is a better smelling native plant out there! This is one of my faves! Smells exactly as the name suggests. 3 Eucalyptus The stunning allure of lemon verbena bursts forth to reveal the cleansing scent of eucalyptus with the zest and vibrancy of lemon, which is then finished with the soothing and relaxed scent of lavender. 3 Finger Lime Citrus Australasia, the Australian finger lime or caviar lime, is a thorny understorey shrub or small tree of lowland subtropical rainforest and rainforest in the coastal border region of Queensland and New South Wales, Australia. Zesty and fragrant, this fruit makes the perfect candle fragrance! 4 G'Day Mate A celebration of the Australian outback, G’Day Mate will inspire you with notes of lemon, pine and eucalyptus. 5 Golden Wattle Celebrating our national flower, Golden Wattle is a bright and vibrant beauty! 5 Kakadu Plum With 50 times more Vitamin c than oranges, the native Kakadu Plum is worth celebrating! Aboriginal people have valued this plant for thousands of years for its food and medicinal properties. And now, you can enjoy its sweet, delightful fragrance in your home. 5 Kakadu Plum & Bush Cucumber Stunning fresh notes of fir needle with a twist of orange and the natural, herbaceous scent of leafy green intertwines seamlessly with the comfort of vanilla, through to blood plum which further compliments this scent and culminates in the spicy allure of musk and fresh cucumber. 4 Lemon Myrtle Lemon Myrtle is undoubtedly one of the most popular Australian native herbs. It has a fresh aroma of citrus, with delicate menthol essence and a strong lemon flavour, which is sweet and refreshing. 4 Native River Mint & Bergamot An uplifting and energising blend, perfect after a long day featuring lavender and leafy green notes at the base which give this fragrance an invigorating and crisp finish. 4 Native River Mint & Bush Iris River mint grows wild across SE Australia in moist forest and around waterways. It is a subtle native herb with the taste and aroma of spearmint. Top notes are fresh and green, with a heart of mint and herbal elements. 4 Native Strawberry Gum A native tree known for its sweet-smelling (and tasting) leaves! Pick a few and give them a chew for a taste of the OG chewing gum!
Sweet with fruity undertones and notes of cinnamon, strawberry and passionfruit.
4 Native Wildflowers Celebrating the abundance of native wildflowers found in Australia, this fragrance is a pure delight. 4 Peachy Keen A juicy, fruity burst exploding with passion fruit and raspberry, layered with lemon myrtle, peach and jasmine. 4 Wattleseed & Cacao Aboriginal Australians have enjoyed the unique flavour of Wattleseed for over 40,000 years, traditionally using as a type of flour to be used in breads and cake-making. A delectable nutty aroma with hints of coffee and cacao, my Wattleseed & Cacao candle will fill your home with the most delicious scent. 4 Wild Mulberry Native Mulberry can be found on the margins of rainforests in south-eastern, subtropical Queensland. You’ll also find it on the islands off the coast of QLD and across the Papuan Islands. This fragrance has sweet berry elements with an enticing mix of vanilla, caramel and musk. 4 Wild Rosella Wild Rosella is an introduced species that typically grows in the most north parts of Australia from Cairns in the east through to Broome in the west. The petals can be used for making jellies and dessert garnishes. They have a tart flavour with a raspberry/rhubarb/plum quality. 4
A great candle experience begins with proper candle care and maintenance. Here are some important burning tips for enjoying your Little Black Duck candle:
1. Preventing memory rings.
Believe it or not, candles have a memory and the very first time you burn your new candle is the most important. Ensure you burn your candle long enough to completely melt the entire top surface of your candle. If the wax is not allowed to liquefy or to melt from edge to edge of the container, it will create a “memory ring,”. Once a candle has this “memory ring,” it will continue to tunnel and to burn that way for the life of the candle. And no one wants that!
2. Trim your wick.
Before lighting, always trim the wick to 6mm and remove any wick debris as this encourages an even burn.
3. Be safe.
Always burn your candle on a heat resistant surface, keep it out of drafts and NEVER leave it unattended while lit. Always burn candles well away from other heat sources, and anything flammable. Make sure burning candles are out of reach of children and pets.
4. Goodbye is the hardest word.
KNOW WHEN TO SAY GOODBYE. When only 1/2" of wax remains, it's time to let your candle go. Discontinue use of a candle when ½” of wax remains at the bottom of the jar. This will prevent possible heat damage to the counter/surface or container itself. The glass can get hot on the bottom as the flame nears the base of the jar and most of the wax has been consumed. By following this instruction, the glass will not get too hot.
5. Know your limit.
Candles should not be burned for more than four hours at a time. It is recommended that after burning for four hours, candles be extinguished, allowed to cool for two hours, and trimmed before relighting.