bamboo | bam-'bü
Any of the woody or arborescent grasses of tropical and temperate regions having hollow stems, thick rhizomes, and shoots. Bambu is the Lingala word for "bamboo."
The heart of the Congo basin is blanketed by an intricate forest system known as the equatorial rainforest. The central African basin is a vast reservoir of native trees and plants of which include golden bamboo. Richly scented and consciously made, this candle has notes of golden bamboo and wild grasses. Wax is hand-poured into a white vessel and is topped off with a dust cover.
Fragrance notes: golden bamboo, cucumber, night-blooming jasmine, cyclamen, muguet lily, and wild grass
Made in Toronto, ON with a natural blend of coconut and soy wax. All products are natural and made by hand. Variations may appear and are normal—they will not affect the quality of the candle while lit. Orders outside of Canada take an average of 2-3 weeks to arrive after shipping date. You will receive a tracking notification once your item has been shipped.
• Showcasing African culture through scents inspired by the Diaspora
• 7.5oz candle - approximately 50 hours of burn time
• Small batch hand-poured in Catherine & Co. studios in Toronto, ON
I like very light and fresh scents, and this is exactly that! Packaging is also beautiful and sleek :)
Smells amazingly fresh and clean. The candle burned right to the bottom and unlike other brands never gave me a headache. I love burning them while I clean, makes the whole house smell great!
Gave this as a house warming gift and I wish I could've lit it cause it smelled SO good but my friend confirmed it and said her and her partner absolutely loved this candle. I think this is a scent that many ppl can enjoy for sure (don't have to worry about it being too strong or too fruity for someone's liking etc etc)
This is one of my favorite candles of all time! The scent is lovely and complex, and the whole thing burned perfectly right to the bottom.
One of my favourite scents ever, literally. This candle is burning 24/7 (I’ve gone through 4, I’m not joking)