Lucali & Joya 3 Votive Scented Candle Set
An experiential collaboration between Brooklyn businesses that are leading their respective categories. Stimulating the senses and honoring the city they love by tapping into intimate memories and a unique heritage.
Mark Iacono, the Brooklyn-born chef and owner of iconic Lucali, has devoted his life to creating the perfect pizza. The Joya team got to know the Lucali ethos and origin story. Mark grew up in Carroll Gardens, revealed stories about neighborhood kids and his grandfather’s favorite coffee drink, the smells associated with those.
Through novel scent creations that involve both fragrance and flavor raw materials, Joya evokes a beautiful New York and Italian-American history with a chef that shares the company’s passion for capturing moments and stimulating the senses, our aliveness.
The three votive set include the following:
ERBE E AROMI
So fresh, so clean: Fragrant basil, heirloom tomato and pinches of oregano, rosemary and thyme are invigorating, crisp, green.
Brick oven aroma wafts throughout the establishment, captured via notes of citron, golden amber, smoked birch, patchouli and sugarcane.
Energizing and evocative: Star anise and cinnamon bark over layers of espresso, vanilla bean and hits of heliotrope and whipped caramel.
Net Weight (Individual): 65g / 2.3 oz.
Approximate Burn Time: 20 hours
Ingredients: soy wax blend, fine fragrance, essential oil, cotton wick.
Box is Made in USA of 100% post consumer recycled paper.
– Trim wicks to 1/4" before lighting
– Burn candle for no less than 1 hour and no more than 3 hours at a time. This prevents wax tunneling
– Discontinue use when 1/2" of wax remain
Once your candle is finished and the vessel is ready to be repurposed, we recommend using a dry tissue, towel or rag by hand to wipe off any soot (carbon) that may have accumulated on the inside of the container. You should discard this tissue or rag, so using a dish brush is not advisable. After this process—once the soot has been removed—a hand-wash in soapy water to remove last elements of excess should do the trick. For any stubborn pieces of wax remaining, leaving the container in a freezer overnight usually encourages the wax to shrink and ultimately pop out. Metal wick stabilizers should also pop out without issue.