First made by early colonists who boiled real bayberries to get the wax, bayberry candles are considered by many to be the original scented candles in America. Because they were difficult and expensive to make, they were highly prized and reserved for special occasions.
Notes: Bayberry, Fir, Pine, Nutmeg, Spice.
Tradition holds that when one receives a bayberry candle as a gift from a friend, then burns the candle on Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve (allowing candle to burn itself out), they will receive good luck, good health, and much wealth.
That translates into the popular saying that "burning a bayberry candle from tip to socket puts luck in the home and gold in the pocket." with the fragrance of real bayberry, a combination of fir, pine, nutmeg, and spice, this is a natural, pleasant aroma.