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sugar |ˈshū-ger
A sweet, crystalline substance obtained chiefly from the juice of the sugarcane and sugar beet. Sukáli means "sugar" in Lingala. 

Sugar was introduced to Africa by way of India and subsequently changed the lives of all Africans, their descendants, and their dishes since. This buttery candle offers pure aromatherapy fragrance oils of vanilla bean, and a hint of toffee and will fill your bathroom or kitchen with a fresh-out-of-the-oven scent, getting you into the holiday spirit no matter the time of year.  Wax is hand-poured into a white vessel and is topped off with a dust cover

Fragrance notes: bakery dough, sugar, toffee, tonka bean, butter & vanilla

Note: Made in Toronto, ON with a natural blend of coconut and soy wax. Catherine & Co. uses wooden wicks for a cleaner burn. 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
• 8oz candle - approximately 50 hours of burn time
• Small batch hand-poured in Catherine & Co. studios in Toronto, ON

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
My favourite candle!

A beautiful warm, sweet scent! It burns so evenly and the crackle from the wood wick is so comforting. Honestly gives me an instant mood boost and makes me so happy when this candle is burning. So glad to have found this amazing company and will keep repurchasing :)

So yummy!

Love the wooden wick and crackle sound it makes. Such a lovely scent


If you like the smell of freshly baked cookies, you will love this candle. I’m addicted. As soon as I receive this candle, I basically cannot stop burning it. I think I may need a crate of these candles...

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