Vermont may make the best maple syrup in America, but we guarantee they have nothing on the view of the Sugar Maples across Louisiana in the Fall. Rich yellow, orange, and red leaves across the landscape provides the best view south of the Mason Dixon line around October. We took rich, pure maple syrup and brought Louisiana Sugar Maple to life. Back by popular demand, Louisiana Sugar Maple joins the lineup in A Southern Autumn Night Fall Collection.
Fun Fact: Did you know Sugar Maples in Louisiana are also know as "Swamp Maples?"
For use in Wax Warmers, these cubes of scented wax are sure to take you down south in no time! Wax Warmers are available for purchase from Dixie Grace Candle Company or use your own for a flameless alternative to candles!
Burn Time (approximate) - 60 to 70 Hours of Warming Time
We recommend warming 2 cubes for 3-4 hours at a time over multiple uses until scent is gone from the soy wax. Prolonged warming (more than 3-4 hours) will deteriorate the scent faster but is safe if prolonged warming is preferred. When you're ready to change scents, carefully soak the melted wax up with a cotton ball (or two or three) and toss in the trash. Be sure to wipe residual wax from the warmer before adding new scent cubes.