The thousand-acre woods of a a million years ago, fragrant with towering pines, ancient firs, and northern spruces. The scent of crisp evergreens, rounded out by sweet balsam and mossy earth, filtered through a cool forest floor of soft conifer needles. The name Forest Primeval is a nod to Evangeline, the 1847 poem by fellow Mainer Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
Poured by Linda's artisanal hand in small, carefully crafted batches in Wary Meyer's studio in Cumberland, Maine. 6.7 oz. 40 hour burn time.
Wary Meyers candles are made from a blend of premium food grade paraffin (the exact same as what you find on chocolate and cheese), and soy wax. The wick is all cotton. Their oils are the highest quality pthalates-free fragrances infused with essential oils. Their boxes are made from 100% recycled paper, and the glasses are made with recycled glass.