Advent Beeswax Taper Candles


Why you’ll love this

  • Free shipping on orders over $75
  • 100% Natural Beeswax
  • Family Made, In Laurel Hill FL
  • Built For Beauty & Long Burning


Traditional 10" Tapers 

Our Advent Candle Set is poured into custom molds at the perfect temperature by a skilled hand and a watchful eye. When the candles are finished and set to dry, they carry the rich scent of our Florida Wildflower Honey and offer a beautiful golden glow.

To maximize burn time, keep the candles out of drafts and away from fans and our tapers will burn dripless for about one hour per inch of length.

Over time, bees wax will develop a whitish coating called bloom. This is the result of softer oils rising to the surface. Rubbing the candle with a soft cloth or warming with a hair dryer will remove candle bloom. Once removed, bloom will again reappear on pure beeswax. Bloom has no effect on how your bees wax candle will burn.

We use only 100% pure Beeswax, made from honey cappings after our honey harvest, pure cotton wick. No lead or metal wick is used in our candles.

This beeswax is harvested right from our own bees in Florida. We take our capping once or twice a year from our hives after we harvest the honey, melt it and filter it and process it into blocks & candles.


  • 100% Pure Florida Beeswax
  • Paraffin-free & lead-free, non-toxic & hypoallergenic
  • Each candle burns one hour burn per inch of length 


  • 10in. x .75in.


  •  8-10 hours - Our advent tapers will burn for about 45 min - hour per inch of length. 

Recommended Candle Care

  • To prevent dripping, keep away from open windows, fans or excessive airflow of any kind and place your hand behind flame when blowing out.
  • Another trick to prevent dripping is to NOT trim the burnt wick before re-lighting! The long curled wick that you find should just be lit as is. Please note, this is different than all other candle styles that do benefit from regular wick trimming.
  • To minimize smoking use a snuffer to extinguish flame.

Candle Care

Burning Beeswax Candles 100% pure beeswax candles provide a beautiful glow that cannot be replicated by any other type of candle or artificial light. To maximize the light and life of the candle and to prevent fires and mitigate against possible damage caused from melted wax we recommend the following procedures. Keep the wick trimmed to a 0.25 inch before lighting: If the wick is too long, it will cause a larger candle flame, causing wax to melt past the edge of the candle and drip. Wax will then pour out and cause potential damage to surrounding items. If the wick is less than a 0.25 inch, light the candle and tilt to allow enough wax to melt off the edge and expose the wick to 0.25 inch. Before each burn, check the wick for mushrooming. This occurs when the wick is crumbly and expanded at the top - it is also indication that the wick needs trimming. A good way to check for carbonization is to squeeze the wick between your fingers and if it crumbles trim the wick until the solid portion. For candles with a burn time of 25+ hours allow the candle to burn at least 2 hours at a time. This will allow the wax to melt out to the edges of the candle to ensure an even burn and to prevent tunneling. Tunneling limits oxygen to the candle, suffocating the wick and making it difficult to light. You can prevent this by burning your candle for the proper amount of time mentioned above or by pushing the wax rim of the candle in towards the center of your candle, this practice is often referred to as "hugging". To maximize the benefits of hugging, burn the candle until the wax pool is about 0.25 inch from the edge of the candle, extinguish the candle for a few minutes, and then gently push the top rim of the candle in toward the wax pool with your fingers while holding the candle. Retain a small rim around the melted wax pool to prevent the wax from spilling over the sides. If a tunnel has already developed, carefully trim or peel down the wax off the sides to remove the tunnel and allow more oxygen flow around the wick. Beeswax "Bloom" When beeswax sits for a period of time, a white frosted appearance on the surface of your beeswax candle will form. This is referred to as bloom. Bloom occurs when the sugars in beeswax rises to the surface and is most common when the ambient air temperature changes from warm to cold. Some may enjoy the authentic look of bloom, but if not, it can be gently wiped off with a soft cloth, thus restoring the distinctive yellow luster of the beeswax. Another option is to lightly heat the candle with a hair dryer to remove the bloom. Bloom is your guarantee that your candle is made from 100% pure beeswax.
“But now we know the praises of this pillar, which glowing fire ignites for God’s honor, a fire into many flames divided, yet never dimmed by sharing of its light, for it is fed by melting wax, drawn out by mother bees to build a torch so precious.” - The Exsultet