Guayaba Mint Vegan Scented Soy Candle

Natives of Cuernavaca, Mexico are known as guayabos, or guava trees, due to the abundant amount of these trees in this area. Guava is native to Mexico and is often the base ingredient of the traditional Mexican drink, aguas frescas. Cobbled streets surrounding an historic central square, this colorful city is home to many artists and expats. Known as the The City of Eternal Spring, the mild, sunny climate and abundant pink bougainvillea give it a happy, bright vibe year-round.

In honor of a glorious long weekend spent in this lush locale a handful of years ago, Guayaba Mint is a bright, happy scent. The fruity fusion of guava and strawberry top notes blend with passionfruit and mango for a sweet, fruity blast. Fresh green mint and sugar base notes lend a crisp finish to this juicy scent.

Scent Profile
Top: Strawberry, Guava
Mid: Passionfruit, Mango
Base: Vanilla, Peach, Sugar

As if it could get any better than this, we assure you it can: our candles are 100% phthalate free, lead free, petroleum free and vegan. They are also guilt-free, for the record. They might even make you love your home, just a little bit more. Our candles are even packaged in a food-safe, reusable cotton bag, ready for gifting. 

Burn Time
3 oz: 15+ hours
8 oz: 40+ hours
12 oz: 70+ hours
16 oz Triple Wick: 50+ hours

NOMAD Wax Co. candles are made from the hardest-working midwestern-grown pure soy wax known to man. They burn cleaner and longer than other wax alternatives, because as everyone knows, Midwesterners are the hardest workers.

Carefully blended by satin-gloved hand and aluminum stirring rod to ensure that the scent is robust & consistent, our candles will fill your space with enveloping fragrance. For the ultimate candle experience, use our hand-cut matches to light yours. Packed in a reusable metal or glass vessels, the minimal modern design looks as great in your home as it smells, and will make you look like one of the hip, cool kids. Even if you’re not. (Trust us on this.)

Meticulously hand-poured in Omaha, Nebraska. Because, as everyone knows, Midwesterners are the hardest workers. Trust us on this. (wink)

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