Fig & Blackberry Leaf Candle 250g


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A delicious fusion of juicy figs and forest fruits ripe for picking is coupled with the aroma of freshly cut autumn flowers. Coconut adds a creamy, but not overpowering, sweetness.

• Made in England.

• Contain a high percentage of fragrance.

• Burn time approx 50 hours.

• Please note, our candles are packaged in their own protective box therefore no need to add a gift box.

Fabric & Care

• Height 7.5cm. Base diameter 9cm.

• Do not leave your burning candle unattended and avoid burning for more than 4 hours.

• Keep burning candles away from children and pets.

• Keep burning candles away from drafts.

• Trim the candle wick before use to avoid uneven burning.

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"Love the Fig & Blackberry leaf. An amazing fragrance that really fills the room ."

Posted by Sally  /  6th April 2017

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"I'm in love with this candle. The smell is amazing and scents the whole house with one candle. I can see myself buying more. Thanks Hush"

Posted by Isabelle  /  30th October 2015

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"I love this candle, it smells divine. I have the matching diffuser too. Wish I had bought the larger size candle as I love it so much. Love the smart look of it too."

Posted by Sally  /  14th September 2015

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"This candle should be renamed Autumn because that is what the scent evokes for me. Before the candle is even lit the fig and blackberry scent emanates from the glass. I love the simple glass holder and labelling. Definitely one of my favourite candles."

Posted by Suzanne  /  6th September 2015


"Thank you for such lovely feedback Suzanne! We're so happy you like it!
Best wishes,
The hush team x"

Posted by hush  /  7th September 2015

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"The smell is gorgeous - I didn't even need to light it to be able to smell it in the room when I came in. I love the jar it's in too."

Posted by Sarah  /  5th December 2014