FAQ

 

What do the candles smell like?

We offer two bespoke fragrances:

Our signature Premium Champagne scent has citrus top notes, middle notes of champagne and earthy base notes. It was created exclusively for Champagne Collective and has a clean, effervescent feeling to evoke memories of a special celebration or moment.

Our Champagne & Strawberries scent and is used for our pink label/rosé candles. It features raspberry and leafy green top notes, champagne and strawberry middle notes and vanilla base notes.

What kind of wax do you use?

Champagne Collective uses an all-natural custom soy/coconut wax blend specifically designed for candlemaking. This blend is non-toxic and burns cleaner and longer than paraffin. Because it is 100% natural, it is environmentally friendly.

Why does the surface of the candle have some imperfections?

Because we are using a completely natural wax, some minor imperfections may occur. When the wax is melted, it releases air which sometimes causes tiny bubbles. We heat the tops of the candles once they are set to ensure a smooth surface, but in some cases, small imperfections may occur which don’t affect the candle in any way. This is completely normal and simply a characteristic of the wax.

What kind of wicks do you use?

Our wicks are made from natural wood that provide a longer, cleaner burn with no carbon build-up. They create a unique soft crackling sound reminiscent of a log fire when burned. Always pinch off any black residue from the wick before re-lighting. Please check out Candle Care Tips for more advice on how to get the best burn from your candle.

What is the burn time for the candle?

Our standard upcycled champagne bottle candle has an approximate burn time of 40 hours.

Do you ship internationally?

At this time, we only ship within Australia. We are looking at international shipping options and hope offer this service in the future.

Do you offer wholesale?

Due to limited bottle stock levels because of Covid-19, at this time we are not offering wholesale orders but it’s something we may look at doing in future.