Christmas Coffee Wax Tarts Recipe
Other Ingredients & Equipment You'll Need:
Pot (For Double Boiler)
Whole Coffee Beans
Step 1: First, we will prepare the coffee layer. You will need about 345 grams of Pillar of Bliss Candle Wax for this layer.
Step 2: Use a double boiler to melt your tart wax. Once the temperature reaches 195 degrees Fahrenheit, add 3 drops of brown candle colorant and 2 drops of the black candle dye. Stir to fully incorporate the colorant.
Step 3: Now, let the temperature of the wax drops to about 180 degrees Fahrenheit, add 41 grams of your French Vanilla Coffee Fragrance Oil. Stir the wax to fully incorporate your fragrance oil.
Step 4: Next, fill each cavity a little over halfway full. Then, allow this layer to setup.
Step 5: Prepare the white portion of the wax melt. Again, we will use a double boiler to melt the wax. This time melt 285 grams of the pillar wax.
Step 6: When the temperature reaches 180 degrees Fahrenheit, add 34 grams of Snickerdoodle Cookie Fragrance Oil. Stir to incorporate the scent.
Step 7: This wax will be poured directly on top of your previous layer. You want the temperature to drop to about 150 degrees Fahrenheit so you don’t melt the previous layer. So, at this temperature, fill the remaining portions of each cavity. Then, place whole coffee beans on top and allow them to finish setting up.
Step 8: Once you have allowed your coffee wax melts to cure for a couple of days they are ready to use. Simply place a wax melt in your wax burner and enjoy!
We hope you enjoy our Christmas Coffee Wax Melts!
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