Coconut Scented Soy Tea Light (NEW!)
Cocos nucifera (aka coconut) is actually not a nut and is most often found in warmer climates, probably why it is associated with vacations. Currently, Indonesia and the Philippines are the top producers of coconuts. The coconut tree provides food (in various forms), cosmetics, fuel (including coconut wax for candles), and building materials (coconut timber) among its many other uses. Pop quiz: what do you get when you mix coconut and pineapple? Hint: It is a sweet drink.
Each natural soy tea light burns up to 3x longer than a regular paraffin tea light because of our unique formula. Included in each packet are 6 tea lights with a burn rate of up to 42 hours or more, which is the equivalent of buying 18 regular paraffin tea lights. By buying our tea lights, you are saving more while using a natural soy product that burns cleaner and much longer.