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Evil Queen Soy Candle (black currant, guava, fig)


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Fragrance notes: black currant, guava, fig

'Mirror, Mirror on the wall,
Who is the fairest of us all?'
it answered--
'Queen, thou art fairest here, I hold,
But Snow White is fairest a thousandfold.'
- Read Snow White (originally called Snowdrop) here.

Everybody likes a story about an evil queen, and there are none as popular as from the German fairytale Snow White by the Brothers Grimm. She is beautiful, powerful, and commanding. She is vain, jealous, and desperately afraid of losing her position. With her magic mirror and dark witchcraft, she is wicked. Oh, so wicked. True to the stereotypical 'evil stepmother' archetype, not even her own stepdaughter is safe from her vanity. The huntsman contracted to kill Snow White took pity on her. The castle chef presented a savory platter of deer organs to the queen as a fraudulent confirmation of death of the girl. What a shock when the mirror revealed that Snow White yet lived and remained the fairest in the land. It is here that the Evil Queen resorts to murder by her own hands- because when you absolutely must kill your stepdaughter the surest way to get it done is to do it yourself. Or so she thought. All three attempts ultimately failed. First by suffocation with a too-tight lace corset and two more times with black magic using a poisoned comb and apple. Years of disappointment ultimately result in the death of the Evil Queen by the very person she had tried so ineffectively to kill. The tragic tale of this disgruntled queen ends at Snow White’s wedding where she is presented with a pair of red-hot iron slippers and forced to dance until she fell down dead. RIP Evil Queen.

This fragrance inspired by the Evil Queen is as audacious and alluring as the queen herself. This complex fragrance that is fresh and fruity, yet also shrouded in mystery with a hint of syrupy tartness. A black colored fruit is required for a black-hearted queen. The base of this full-bodied fragrance is a blend of black currant and figs which fuse together into a tart and heady jam-like aroma. Guava adds a musky and sweet addition that cuts right through the tart base to create an aromatic experience that is truly unique. Step into the world of Snow White with this fragrance suited for a fearsome queen.

Evil Queen is one of two scents inspired by Snow White. The other is Poison Apple.

4 ounce soy candle in a classic round jar: 25-30 hour burn time
9 ounce soy candle in an unique oval hexagonal jar: 55-60 hour burn time
16 ounce soy candle in a large classic round jar: 90-100 hour burn time
Tea lights: available here

► Gift box included with 4oz and 9oz
► 16oz packaged in black & white burlap drawstring bag

► Perfectly scented with essential oil and perfume oil blends
► Hand blended with care in small batches with these simple ingredients: natural soy wax, cotton wick, premium fragrances, magic
►100% vegan and contains no dyes, parabens, phthalates, or other toxins
► $1 from every website order is donated to support wolf conservation. Learn more here.

Candle care tips are included with every order. You can also learn how to extend the life of your new candle here.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Apple Poisoner
Black Magick With a Regal Heart

Hair as black as coal, skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood..... So young and ripe - No wonder the Evil Queen demanded her heart in a jeweled box! This candle smells of juicy, ripe fruit evocative of a moment of sweet perfection and the exotic aroma released when blade pierces flesh and a slice of the produce touches your tongue.

Lisa Tackett
Dark and lucious

Decadently fruity. Just the right amount of darkness for this evil Queen

Subtle in the best way

Perfectly named with the Evil
Queen, the scent slowly envelopes you. It’s amazing.

Deliciously dark and fruity

I love this scent - it has an incredibly fresh, fruity smell, with a bit of a sour bite (in a very good way) that suggests something sinister beneath the fruitiness.

Barbara Williams
Evil queen

An evil queen never smelled so good. Divine scent. Thank you so much.