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An ode to the Beaver State. These candles commemorate outdoorsy scents from all over the state of Oregon. You have the cedar trees of the coast and Western Oregon, the wild mountain huckleberries of the Cascade mountain range, and the fresh scent of Juniper of the high desert of Eastern Oregon.

Perfect for an Oregonian, or maybe just a wannabe?

Coming Soon : The Portland Sampler pack.... check back soon to see the contents, until then let your imagination run WILD.


This is a 9 pack of scented soy wax tea light candles. You'll get

3 Cedar and Saffron scent - (brown)
3 Mountain Huckleberry - (blue)
3 Juniper Breeze (green)

Each candle has a 5-7 hour burn time.

Your candles will be packaged with care in a sheer, colorful organza bag with a paperboard liner to keep them in place.

These candles also float, and would make adorable floating candles in a clear glass vase.

I include a bonus "oops candle" with each order. What is an oops candle? It's one of my delicious scented tea lights that just isn't quite perfect. It smells great, it's just a little less pretty, maybe the wick is slightly off center, maybe the wax is a little off color....
-The scent will be a surprise (and who doesn't like surprises?!) and of course won't be the same as what you ordered.


I use aluminum tea light cups because they are recyclable unlike the clear plastic ones. Soy wax is clean burning and easy to clean up with soap and water in case of spills. Soy is a renewable source for wax and it is grown right here in the U.S.

Tea Lights - Oregon Sampler Pack - Scented soy wax candles, cedar, huckleberry, juniper, pacific NW

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