Food52 x Hawkins New York Seasonal Candle
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Freshly picked from our garden.
Hawkins New York, a favorite partner since the opening of our Shop, make one of our all-time-favorite candles. So we teamed up with them to create a series of exclusive candles to evoke the smells and memories of the seasons.
For summer, we created Tomato Vine, a scent that embodies the spirit of farmers market-to-table, inspired by weekends spent in the backyard vegetable garden tending to tomato plants. It's earthy and slightly sweet—evocative of sun-warmed summer days and the caprese salads to come. When lit, the clean scent wafts subtly and won’t overpower, so you can set it out in the kitchen without worry that it will clash with your cooking.
And for winter, nothing says “holiday” like the scent of fresh pine—light our Winter Wreath candle up before your guests arrive for some serious winter wonderland vibes. The candle burns for 60 hours—now that’s a lot of holiday parties!
Photography by Bobbi Lin and Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Hudson, New York
Candles are 100% soy wax, with natural oils; Vessels are glass.
3.5" in diameter x 3.5" H. Each candle weighs 11 ounces and has a 60-hour burn time.
Meet the Maker
Hawkins New York is a curated lifestyle brand, fusing innovation, quality, and aesthetics. As well as designing their own line of products, they work closely with designers to help facilitate getting their designs to market in a capacity they would potentially be unable to do so on their own. With a strong understanding of the world’s producers, they carefully pair products to manufacturers and encourage handmade production by artisanal collectives with a community focus. By focusing on production and distribution strategies, Hawkins New York allows the designers to focus solely on creation and innovation.View Full Profile
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