Bookworm Amber Tumbler Candle

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Bookworm Amber Tumbler Candle

(Aprox burn time: 50+ hrs)

Notes: Teakwood, Cedar, Leather, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Amyris, Dark Musk


Our triple scented, 100% soy wax candles are hand poured in Spokane, WA. We use real ingredients in our candles - fragrance oils infused with essential oils, 100% American-grown soy wax, and untreated cedar wood wicks.

What does "hand-poured" mean?

What do we mean when we say "hand-poured"? It means that we make candles the old-fashioned way. We take the time and care with our own two hands. Everything at Anchored Northwest is done by hand - from the wicking of your cedar wick to the pouring of your 100% soy wax candle.

Why Wood Wicks?

Wood wicks burn slower and longer than cotton wick soy candles, by up to 25%, giving you more bang for your buck. Wood wicks burn hotter for more smell power, leading to a more fragrant candle. Wood wicks have nearly zero carbon buildup and therefore no soot. Wood wicks require less trimming than a cotton wick and our wood wicks are harvested in sustatinable forests right here in the USA. And of course...the CRACKLE! In other words, wood wicks are cooler than cotton wicks. 


Soy Wax, Glass Tumbler, Wood Wick, Fragrance/Essential Oil Blend

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  • 5
    Bookworm Tumbler Candle

    Posted by Barbara Moore on Jul 21st 2021

    Love this fragrance and the way the candles burn! Will definitely be ordering again!

  • 5

    Posted by Rebecca Hebert on May 22nd 2021

    Smells great. The jar is cute and it was packaged very well

  • 5
    Like Walking Through a Library

    Posted by Jannice Peter on Mar 5th 2021

    This is a new Anchored Northwest scent for me. When I first took the lid off and smelled it I wasn't sure what scents I was smelling. As soon as I lit it and it burned for a few minutes I detected sandalwood and a little leather and patchouli. The other scents listed are: teakwood, cedar, leather, patchouli, amyris and dark musk. I really like this candle. I'd call it a unisex fragrance. It did remind me of walking through the library when I was in college.