Dia De Los Muertos

by on Apr.15, 2013, under Syndicated from the Web

Reposted from PUMPKINROT.COM: What’s Brewing | Go to Original Post

A suitably rich and gorgeous candle to honor the traditional Mexican holiday that celebrates the memories of our loved ones who have passed away. A mélange of devotional frankincense and fragrant marigolds (the traditional flower used to decorate the altars on Dia de los Muertos — their scent is believed to attract souls and draw them back) creates a deep, delicious, spicy complexity that will give a warm welcome to anyone, spirit or otherwise, who enters your home. Unique and beautiful. 

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