I like the atmosphere created by little tealights in beautiful holders, pots and lanterns. I wanted to see if I could find an alternative to the functional but dull paraffin wax candles what would gently scent the air but not leave it with acrid odours. I also love pure beeswax and its earthy perfume, roasted, warm and comforting. Did beeswax tealights exist? After a brief google I came across Lattice Lights Ltd's website. The information on it is bold and simple, 100% high quality beeswax, "nature's natural ionizer" handcrafted by Alison Earp in Sherbourne, Dorset.
I ordered 10 tealights (£4) plus another 10 with the glass holder (£5). You will need this holder for any candle holder that doesn't have a tealight recepticle or to use one on its own. I was delighted with the tealights from the moment I received them, prompty, only a few days after ordering and I was able to pay easily via PayPal. Unlike many online merchants the P&P was very fair and so I really felt these candles were worth trying. They were well packaged with a sweet little hand-written note from the maker. I lit one straight away and luxuriated in the pretty glow and the gentlest scent of beeswax seemed really to clear the air in the room. Lattice Lights also sell other types on beeswax candles and offer a "prescription service" for bespoke orders. I will not hesitate to return to Lattice Lights for future candle needs.