- Candles & Holders
- Beeswax Candles
- Candle Holders
- Artisan Gallery
Our 100% pure beeswax tea lights come in clear cups and burn beautifully for 5-6 hours when burned continuously. Our wicks made in Germany using cotton and other plant fiber, then coated in beeswax. Available individually or in Bags of 8. Save 5% by purchasing (6) Bags of 8 Tea Lights.
Be sure to read the reviews below - our customers love our tea lights as much as we do!
Posted by Martha on 4th May 2016
I've ordered the bulk packages of these tea lights and am never disappointed. I give them as hostess gifts when we go to dinner. They are so beautifully packaged in cellophane and a green ribbon, I can give them as-is. Two things Mae these tea lights outstanding: 1) the beeswax burns cleanly, and does not make my eyes itch the way paragon, and even the soy candles do; and 2) the clear container doesn't detract from my clear candleholders. I have a collection of clear crystal votive holders, and the metal tins usually sold with tea lights detracts from their beauty. I always have these and the honey lights on hand. Highly recommended.
Posted by Anifani4 on 2nd Apr 2016
I've used beeswax candles before and love that they give off the mild honey scent and no smoke. The tea lights last a lot longer than the cheap paraffin ones but I never timed them.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Jan 2016
These tea lights are the best candles for dinner parties! Believe it or not, they burn for 5+ hours! I love to burn them all over the house when we have company--it's great knowing they won't burn out before dessert is over.
They make wonderful gifts, too--you can't go wrong with these.
Posted by Unknown on 7th Dec 2015
I've been buying these tea lights for years. I love the clear plastic cup, which doesn't distract from my beautiful clear crystal votive holders. I love how they smell, a very delicate honeyed scent, and I particularly love how my eyes don't itch when I use them. They last a good while.
This last time I bought the big bulk package. They came in beautifully-wrapped packaged of 6. I had an open house to go to at the last minute. I knew it was coming up but had forgotten to put it on my calendar. No time to shop and my friend doesn't drink wine, so I couldn't bring one of my own bottles. I wrapped up two little bags in some tissue, tied it with a fancy ribbon, put a little gift card on the ribbon and I was done. She loved it!
Posted by Unknown on 2nd Dec 2015
Lower flame no soot great candles
Posted by lou buonanno on 22nd Sep 2015
I only burn beeswax candles, for a variety of reasons, and have noticed in recent years that some company's candles don't burn well at all, especially their tealights (one such candle will not relight after you've put it out). The reason for this is not everyone is buying American beeswax which is the best wax and the purest.
Posted by Kim Woodward on 19th Apr 2012
I use tea lights on my altar which are lit every morning for meditation. I've tried lots of options over the years. These looked a bit expensive, but I decided to give them a try. They burn twice as long as conventional paraffin candles, smell way better and give much more beautiful light.