I LOVE walking into a humidor and smelling fresh tobacco and cedarwood! I got my love of cigars in the early ’90s when I was introduced to Romeo y Julieta, Rocky Patel, and Padron. Needless to say, I had expensive tastes in cigars (and still do). In 1997 I had the wonderful opportunity of getting to taste a Cuban Cigar and boy was I impressed! My then fiancee’s boss had a humidor in his office and he would ship the cigars to his Canadian office and then ship them down here (yes, he was rich). I still remember that Christmas Party. He had a guy there hand-rolling cigars for everyone who came! Talk about really cool!
I never ended up marrying that girl, but I still kept my love of cigars. I lost touch with her and often wonder where she is at, but every time I smoke a Cuban cigar, I think of her.
I don’t smoke them as often as I’d like but it’s always a treat when I get to puff on a good stogie! I hope This fragrance puts a smile on your face like it does mine!
Every candle scent I make has a special meaning to me and I hope you love these candles as much as I love making them.
If you want your candle to last longer, trim the wick to 1/4” before every burn, and keep it lit for 3-4 hours at a time. This really helps to extend the life of your candle.
Every candle is handmade with love by me in Melissa, Texas. Because all my candles are handmade, they may have some slight imperfections such as minor discoloration of the wax, a slightly off-centered label, tiny markings on the outside of the jar, etc. None of these will impact the quality of the candle.
*With proper use (I.e. trimming the wicks in between each burn and not burning for more than 4 hours at a time)