Tudor Christmas Candle
$5.99 – $24.99
Not only did the Tudors celebrate Christmas Day, they actually celebrated the “twelve days of Christmas” which lasted from Christmas Eve (24 December) to the Epiphany (6 January). During the twelve days of Christmas, all manner of work was set aside so that royalty and peasants alike could celebrate the season with their friends and family.
The burning of the Yule log in Tudor times was a long-held tradition in which a large tree was chopped down on Christmas Eve, decorated, and brought into the house to burn for the next twelve days. The burning of the Yule log and the accompanying revelry inspired the warm and fruity spice of the Tudor Christmas Candle.
The Tudor Christmas candle creates a warm, cozy atmosphere reminiscent of the holiday season with notes of orange, cranberry, clove and cinnamon. The wooden wick provides a robust crackle and burn.