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Oceania Candle 60g by Peppermint Grove-Candles2go
Oceania Candle 60g by Peppermint Grove
NOT $17.95
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$12.95

SKU: 9349228000111

A fresh aquatic fragrance with inspiration from the Whitsundays and Far North Queensland tropical beaches; images of sun, sea and thoughts of summer. The essence of paradise. Pure aqua.

Top notes are peppermint, coriander and lavender; middle notes are jasmine, geranium and oakmoss; base notes are amber, musk and honey.

Our fragrant soy candles are handmade . They are poured in our highly polished custom-designed glass and feature a polished silver lid that also acts as a protective barrier for surfaces.

To ensure you gain the maximum pleasure and longevity from your Peppermint Grove experience, please read our candle care & safety instructions before lighting.

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Estimated Delivery Times:


Sydney - Approximately 1-3 business days
Melbourne - Approximately 3-5 business days 

Adelaide - Approximately 5-7 business day
Brisbane - Approximately 4-7 business days
Perth - Approximately 6-14 business days 


All areas outside these metro locations please allow up to 8-14 business days


Delivery costs will vary depending on product and location. To work out your delivery costs add the item to the shopping cart and type in your postcode. This will work out the delivery charges and also give you different delivery options if available.


You can arrange the collection of your order from our showroom/warehouse in Campbelltown NSW. We will contact you to inform you when your order is ready to be picked up.


We always try our best to dispatch within 3-5 working days, however, orders may take up to 15 days to be dispatched in certain cases.

Unwanted Smoke:


Is your flame dancing? When a flame flickers too much; it can produce unwanted smoke which can be caused by a wick that's too long or a breeze.

To ensure a clean burn, extinguish your candle using one of our candle snuffers, trim the wick to 3mm using our wick trimmers and finally make sure it isn’t in direct line of any air currents – then simply relight and enjoy. You can find these everyday candle care products online and in store.


Tunnelling & Candle Memory: 


To prevent tunnelling and memory rings; the first burn of your candle is the most important! To ensure you get an even and clean burn throughout your candle’s life - burn your candle for 30 minutes for every 1cm in diameter, so for example a large jar is approximately 8cm in diameter, so we would recommend to burn it for at least 4 hours to ensure the first layer of wax melts to the edge of the candle before you extinguish it.


When to Stop Burning:


When there is approximately 1cm of wax remaining at the bottom of your jar candle, we recommend this is where you should discontinue its use as the flame nears the base of the glass it can get very hot – by doing this you will avoid possible heat damage that can be caused to surfaces or the container.

Making a cup of tea shouldn’t be rocket science, but there are a few things you can do to guarantee a perfect cup of tea every time. Read on and discover all the insider knowledge on the different tea types, our tea tips and tricks.

Tea Type
Blacktea
Temp 
100°C
Brew Time
2-4 minutes
Green tea80°C1-3 minutes
Oolong tea80-90°C  3-6 minutes
White tea80°C3-7 minutes
Fruit tisanes100°C3-5 minutes
Herbal &floral tisanes100°C3-5 minutes
Rooibos &honeybush tisanes  100°C3-5 minutes

Measurements & ratios
The typical ratio is 1 teaspoon per cup for hot tea, or two teaspoons per cup for iced tea. So, a 1 litre teapot will need around 4 teaspoons of tea for a hot brew.
Strength
Like it nice and strong? Instead of brewing for longer, add an extra teaspoon and brew for the recommended time.
To serve
If you’re adding milk to your black tea, brew for the longest recommended time. Remember, save your milk for black teas – most whites, greens and herbals are best served straight up.
Temperature
White, green and oolong teas prefer 80°C/176°F, so just combine 20% cold water with 80% boiling water. Swill a little hot water in your teapot or cup, then discard. This will keep your teawares from cooling your tea too quickly.
Loose leaf vs. tea bags
Both have their perks. We love the ceremony of loose leaf, but will never say no to tea bags when we’re pressed for time. Whichever you go for, make sure you follow the tea’s brewing instructions.
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