Aloha Bay Candles
Aloha Bay Candles has been in business for over 20 years, Their CEO, Bart Burger, helps increase the employment rate in his community by employing people to make Aloha Bay candles hands on instead of using automated machines. The difference can easily be seen in the quality of these candles. I was able to review several styles and scents. Let’s check em out.
Coconut Aloha Jars
These jars are super sturdy and stylish They come with lids that turn into their own wooden bases to keep the candle heat from marring your furniture. Double wicked, they burn evenly and produce a better light. The scents are beautiful because they are made with essential oils not synthetic perfumes.
Eight ounces each. Burn time is 40 hours. All Aloha Jars contain only 100% pure essential oils. Essential Oils marked with an asterisk (*) are certified organic. Click on any photo to enlarge.
The decorative black wooden lid serves as a base for the jar. Just place the lid upside-down on your table and position the jar on top of it. Double cotton wicks for clean and steady burn.
Lemon Verbena has a clean fragrance. Refreshing and bright, a wonderful way to enliven the day.
Lemon* – Bergamot
Lemongrass – Palmarosa
Lavender is one of my all time favorite scents. There were fields of lavender where I grew up and I have never gotten over the smell. Aloha Bay does a great job of bringing that memory back with their Lavender Hills Coconut Wax Blend candle. Delightful.
Lavender – Lavandin*
Chakra Energy Jars
•Chakra Jar scented with 100% pure essential oils
•11 oz. •Palm Wax
•Burn Time: 60 hours
Spicy, sultry, almost sexy, unique scent that draws you in. I just want to smell this candle forever.
Patchouli, Labdanum, Frankincense
Another amazing fragrance from Aloha Bay. This one has a sweet, inviting, therapeutic scent. It has background notes that smell delicious.
Lavandin, Orange, and Tangerine
These beautifully colored votives are made from palm oil. This natural oil comes from an ancient crop of perennial trees that are non GMO and Pest resistant. Palm oil trees produce more oil per acre (10 times more) than soy and give locals rural employment.
Ready to Buy? Head over to Aloha Bay and get ya one. They sell other things to y’all, like salt lamps, beeswax tapers as well as gourmet table and cooking salts.
Want to check em out in person? Aloha Bay will be at the Anaheim Convention Center for Expo West 2017 1t Booth #2021 with Threshold enterprises, March 10th-12th. Also in Anaheim at Fresh ideas Organic Pavilion March 9 at Booth #F65.
I was not a paid for my opinion; however I may have been given a free product for review. Thanks to all of my sponsors and their parent companies for their support in this review.