Friday, November 19, 2010

NOGGIN Yuletide Eggnog Soy Holiday Pillar Candle

י״ג בכסלו תשע"א
Shamash 16

An Olde England and New World Yuletide tradition of drinking Eggnog to celebrate the season originated in medieval Europe as a hot drink of spiced milk curdled with wine or ale called Posset. Traditionally made with raw eggs, the Nog in Eggnog derives from the word Noggin, a small wooden carved mug used to serve alcohol. In Colonial times, Eggnog was referred to as Egg-N-Grog (where Grog is another name for Rum).

To help you celebrate the Yuletide season, this rich cream and rum NOGGIN Yuletide pillar candle is handcrafted with premium certified kosher soy wax, pure cotton wick and classic fragrance oils. Dusted with fresh Nutmeg and adorned with a silver metal Holly charm hung on iridescent white holiday ribbon, NOGGIN is generously scented with the warm and inviting aroma of rich cream, eggs, grog rum, sugar and other holiday spices.

Measures 2" X 3.5".

Comes beautifully packaged.

This magical candle may be purchased at WITCHCRAFTS by Liorah Lleucu.

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