Locherber Klinto 1817 Candle

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Fruity and floral fragrance, this diffuser has top notes of cassis, grapes, currants and orange combined with truffle, raspberry, violet, honeysuckle, ending with vanilla and Virginia cedar wood.

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€85 €175 €250 from €85    
Brand Locherber Milano
Category Scented Candles
 

Fruity and floral fragrance, this diffuser has top notes of cassis, grapes, currants and orange combined with truffle, raspberry, violet, honeysuckle, ending with vanilla and Virginia cedar wood.

Finished in a black glass vase and a Canaletto walnut cover, this scented candle is a welcome addition to any living space.

Widespread especially in Veneto, the Clinto wine (or clintòn) was drunk a “Scuea” (bowl) and accompanied the frugal meal of those in the country, shared it with friends along with a good slice of salami or “sopressa” and a “ciopeta” (the typical loaf). He arrived in the old continent from America at the beginning of the nineteenth century, when the filossera, a tiny insect parasite of the vine, seriously jeopardized the viticulture of the whole of Europe.

It was decided to graft the European vine on American vine roots and hybrids, resistant to the attacks of this devastating parasite. Just from the crossing of two varieties of wild American vine was born the Clinto, characterized by a deep purple color, an intense fruity scent and an unmistakable strawberry flavor. An intriguing and little known wine, interesting to discover and, above all, difficult to find, from which we have drawn inspiration for the realization of this new, exciting and seductive fragrance.

The characteristic of this fragrance allows this elegant diffuser to be inserted in any environment.

 

Tips
The scented candles give the rooms a pleasant and delicate scent, they are very trendy interior décor elements and home accessories that give originality and elegance.
Follow our tips for optimal use.


1. Shutdown
It would be natural to blow on the candle to put it out. This action, on the other hand, has always been erroneously practiced first of all because, in general, the air feeds the fire while what extinguishes it is precisely the lack of the latter; also because blowing on the flame creates smoke which eliminates all the scent acquired in the room.
The right practice is to use a suitable tool, or alternatively a toothpick (preferably moistened) and carefully lower the wick until it goes out by briefly dipping it in the wax.
2. Fragrance
To keep the fragrance alive and intact every time it is lit, it is important to keep the candle lit for at least 2 hours each time. In this way the combustion process will be complete and homogeneous; 2 hours is also the ideal time to allow the candle to begin to release its scent and radiate it into the environment.
3. Form
It is not difficult for potted candles to create unevenness in the shape of the surface; the candle melts in depth but not in width and this implies a great waste of the product. To avoid this effect it will be sufficient to make sure that every time the candle is lit, it burns at least to the point of melting and making the entire first layer of wax liquid. When it goes out and cools it will be perfectly level again.
4. Consumption
The consumption of the candle becomes very important when it comes to an end. Generally the container of the candle itself is a very important and pleasing to the eye, so we advise you to reuse it for other purposes.
5. To always have ideal wicks, we recommend using our Flame Cutter Scissor (sold separately) which allows you to cut wicks up to 3 mm to ensure a clean and uniform flame and maximum diffusion of the fragrance.

Product entirely Made in Italy.

 

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