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Perhaps even fully immerse yourself in a caffeinated atmosphere by lighting a coffee scented candle. Inspired by fresh dripped Vietnamese coffee, Emme Essentials’ Coffee Drip candle is deep, complex and balanced with the sweet notes of condensed milk and chicory. Hand-poured in micro-batches in New York City, Emme Essentials is a collection of luxury candles dedicated to Asian influenced flavors designed to “smell like memories.” All wood-wick candles are free from gluten, toxin, paraben, and phthalate and come from renewable sources. The brand’s shipping is carbon neutral to minimize its environmental impact with all candles offered in reusable glass vessels with up to 80 hours of burn time.

DRIP COFFEE – WOOD WICK CANDLE

inspired by fresh dripped Vietnamese coffee, this candle is deep, complex and balanced with the sweet notes of condensed milk and chicory 

MOOD: Bold & Smooth 
NOTES: Espresso, Condensed Milk, Chicory
BURN TIME: 60-80 HOURS

8.5 oz in 13 oz reusable glass vessel 

Our soy wax candles are gluten-free, toxin-free, paraben-free, phthalate-free, and hand-poured in micro-batches in NYC

What is Drip Coffee? Drip Coffee also known as cà phê đá is a traditional Vietnamese coffee drink. At its simplest, cà phê đá is made using medium to coarse ground dark roast with a small metal Vietnamese drip filter topped with sweetened condensed milk.

Emme Essentials was founded in 2020, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic. Shortly after moving across the country from their families, Asian American couple Mark and Erica found solace in burning candles but found themselves wishing there were familiar scents that would remind them of home and their Asian heritage. Seeing an opportunity to share their cultures with the rest of the world and bring comfort to others feeling homesick, Emme Essentials was born. Hand-poured in micro-batches in New York City, Emme Essentials is a collection of luxury candles dedicated to traditional Asian flavors.

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