Flamingo Estate Candles

Regular price $58.00 USD
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Each Flamingo Estate candle is packaged in boxes with an FSC certification, which means they were made using materials from responsibly managed forests, including some recycled paper products.

The soy wax is non-GMO and grown in the USA.

Flamingo Estate donates a percentage of every product sold to Farmer’s Footprint. They are a coalition of farmers, educators, doctors, scientists, and business leaders whose mission is to ban glyphosate, aiming to expose the impacts of chemical farming and offer a path forward through regenerative agricultural practices.

100% Vegetable Wax
Cotton Wick
Fully Recyclable Glass
Hand-poured in Los Angeles

Roma Heirloom Tomato: The ultimate in natural luxury, this cult-classic candle conjures memories of late Summer dinner parties in Sicily. Ripe, supple, and bursting with juice, the scent of the Heirloom Tomato and the green leaves of a peak-summer tomato plant make this an irresistible scent to have year-round.

Night Blooming Jasmine & Damask Rose: Formulated for euphoria and joy. Its fragrance is something we have a hard time describing. A hard, sweet slap in the face. It swirls in the back of your nose and instantly picks us up. Layered with Ionian Bergamot, Damask Rose, Pink Peppercorn, and White Sandalwood.

Adriatic Muscatel Sage:  Herbalist Sebastian Kneipp once said that growing Sage in your garden is like having your own pharmacy at hand. Some research suggests it helps with long-term memory, creative thinking, and attention span. Sage's botanical name comes from the Latin word "salvere", which — to no one’s surprise — means, "to be saved." There are over 900 species of sage worldwide, with 19 of them having their origins in California — growing along the Pacific Coast, crossing valleys, and threading their way up our mountain slopes. Among these native species are Hummingbird Sage, Pitcher Sage, Black Sage, Purple Sage, Mexican Purple Sage, and White Sage — all currently growing wild at the Estate after a Winter’s rain.

Climbing Tuscan Rosemary: The objet d’amour of Romans and Greeks. The “mist of the sea,” Rosemary is the objet d’amour of Romans, Greeks, and Honeybees everywhere, its scent oft detected wafting amongst the Cypress Trees and ruins of golden hour strolls. For centuries, this ubiquitous herb has been used as a mental stimulant — said to enhance memory, intelligence and creative dreaming. Light up.

Ancient Agrigento Olive Tree: Nothing is new under the sun. Time is not a line, but an endless circle. As we orbit around, yet again, a new solar return, we are reminded about the cyclical, spiraling nature of things. The seasons remind us we’re in a constant state of coming around to ourselves. Getting back to basics. And reviving all the parts of the world that have stood the test of time.

Douglas Fir & Ancient Vetiver: Lighting this is like conjuring the forest wind. As the wax warms, the aroma begins to travel, and forest air fills the room with the crisp, smokey, sweet scents of Vetiver, Douglas Fir, Angelica Root, and a hint of Basil.