Breakfast at Tiffany's | Coffee. Buttery Pastries. Maple Sugar. | Wax Melt

Breakfast at Tiffany's | Coffee. Buttery Pastries. Maple Sugar. | Wax Melt


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Never love a wild thing...If you let yourself love a wild thing. You'll end up looking at the sky.

Inspired by the film starring Audrey Hepburn and it's original novel by Truman Capote.

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scent profile
coffee in a paper cup in one hand, a brown bag of flaky, buttery pastry in the other, early morning on a subdued New York City street, soft light reflecting off the window of Tiffany and Co.

top: butter, coconut, pastry
middle: tonka, coffee
bottom: vanilla, maple

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About our melt wax
Our wax melt blend is a 100% soy wax and is specifically formulated for melts to allow for an increased fragrance load for a longer lasting scent experience. It also has a harder consistency to remove easily from packaging and from your melter after use. Each batch is hand poured and blended with phthalate free fragrances. “Frosting” is normal with soy wax, and it will not affect the scent or fragrance throw. Since these are 100% handmade, please note that slight variations are possible with each batch of wax melts or candles. They are one of a kind! 

Size options
*3 oz clamshell - traditional plastic clamshell that easily breaks into cubes.

How to use
Break off a piece of wax (depending on the size of your melter and room) and place in the dish of your melter. Enjoy the scent for 8+ hours. You can reuse the wax melts a few hours at a time until the fragrance has burned away.

Tip to remove wax from your melter
Once the wax has completely cooled, simply place the dish of your melter in the freezer for 10-15 minutes or until the wax has hardened and comes out easily. If you have a melter that is particularly difficult to remove wax from, you can use a silicone cup (such as a regular baking muffin/cupcake size) on top of the dish and melt/remove your wax from that rather than the dish itself. 

This label features a contemporary photograph. Quote is from Breakfast at Tiffany's by Truman Capote.