The Dorset 3 Wick Soy Candle


Inspired by walks along the Jurassic Coast followed by seaside cocktails with friends.

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Indulge yourself or a loved one with this extra large 3 wick candle for up to 80 hours of gorgeous home fragrance. The Dorset soy candle is beautifully scented with seaweed and juniper – this is a breezy, revitalising blend of fresh seaside air, seashells and driftwood. Featuring top notes of Sicilian lemon, orange flesh and zesty bergamot, with a heart of juniper, rosemary, tea tree and pine intermingled with the delicate floral bouquet of jasmine and geranium petals, all finished off with the soft musks of white cedar wood, this gorgeous candle is reminiscent of sipping a cocktail by the seaside in the evening, with the breeze carrying the smell of driftwood that has been warmed by the sun all day – the perfect refreshing fragrance to remind you of those sunny summer days.

This candle is 375g,  giving a burn time of 75-80 hours.

The Home County Candle Company’s mission is to create sustainable products inspired by the British Counties.  All of their candles are produced using natural soy wax developed and manufactured in the UK.  Soy wax is produced using pure soy bean oil, which is a natural, 100% vegetable sustainable source, meaning that their wax is not only biodegradable but also vegan friendly.

All of the Home County Candle Company candles are wicked with wooden wicks, which not only look fantastic and burn with a delightful crackling sound, but are also more sustainable long term than traditional cotton wicks, due to the pesticide-intensive process of cotton farming.

Please read on for our top tips on how to care for you candles and get the best out of them:

2-3 hour first burn – to avoid tunnelling on future burns, on first burn please take care to burn your candle for at least 2-3 hours and ensure that the wax pool reaches the sides of the glass on all sides.  This is because wax has a ‘memory’ and will always melt the same way it did on the first burn, so as long as the first burn reaches the edges of the glass you’ll get the best use of the wax for the rest of your candle’s lifespan.  Nobody likes wasted wax, after all!  On future burns you will be able to keep your candle lighted for a shorter or longer period of time, but please never burn a candle for more than 4 hours.

Trim your wick – trim your wick to approximately 5mm before each burn.  This keeps the flame at a safe height and promotes an even burn and steady flame with little smoking, helping you to get the most out of your candle and keeping your walls clear of soot.  No need to invest in expensive wick trimmers though – nail clippers work just as well for trimming wooden wicks!

Keep out of draughts – always burn your candles out of the way of draughts, which are not only a fire safety hazard but can also decrease burn time, cause uneven burning and reduce scent throw.

If you’d like to re-use your candle jar once you’re finished with your candle, simply pour boiling water into the jar, making sure that you’ve got a metal spoon in the jar so that the glass doesn’t crack.  The remaining wax will then melt and float to the top of the water so that you can skim it off and dispose of it.  Then just wash your glass out or pop it into the dishwasher and it’s ready to be re-used!


We feel that each of the Home Counties that we have lived in, worked in and had the pleasure of visiting has its own unique character, whilst maintaining the stature and essence of the Home Counties as a collective. We have therefore drawn upon our experiences and memories to create our unique scents, each inspired by the County it is named after.