Asian Scents Local Sweet Delights collection
Ondeh-Ondeh is one of the most popular bite-sized sweets in Malaysia and Singapore, made of glutinous rice flour with pandan flavouring, filled with palm sugar and coated in grated coconut.
Pandan, brown sugar, coconut
Inspired by Pineapple Cake is a sweet traditional Taiwanese pastry, and it has become one of the top-selling souvenirs in Taiwan. Pineapple cakes had historically been produced as a ceremonial food, a combination of governmental promotion and globalisation popularised the pineapple cake.
Pineapple, cedar, vanilla, musk
Gula Melaka is a sweet-tooth’s dream come true. Gula Melaka (Palm Sugar) is a sweetener derived from palm trees. It can be dense and sticky. Gula Melaka from Malaysia is made primarily from the saps of coconut palms. It is then caramelised by boiling at a low temperature. The caramelised sap is sold as palm syrup in bottles or solidified and sold in the form of bricks or cakes.
In South-East Asia especially in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand gula melaka is used as a sweetener in desserts.
Gula Melaka, Tonka Bean
- Made of Coconut Soy Wax & Wooden wick
- High-quality fragrance oil from Australia
- Approx. 15-20hours burn time
- Weight 160grams each (reusable jar)
- Hand-poured small batches
Our scented candles are vegan-friendly wax that consists of a balanced blend of Coconut and Pure Soy.
High-quality fragrance oil from Australia
No additives – Hydrogenated soybean and coconut oil from the USANon-toxic, paraben-free, no phthalates and cruelty-free.
Failure to follow instructions could result in the fire hard or injury. Never move a lit candle. Keep out of the reach of children and pets. Avoid exposure to drafts. Never leave a lit candle unattended.
CAUTION: Container may be hot. Always store the candle in a cool dry place below 25c and away from direct sunlight. Keep the wick trimmed to 5mm before each burn to prevent smoke and large flame, Do not burn the candle for more than 4hours.