Tobacco & Musk Candle
Bring tranquility to any space with the Tobacco & Musk candle. Sweet tobacco leaves wrap warm teakwood, spicy vetiver, and earthy sandalwood to create a sophisticated yet refined scent. Fragrance notes include pipe tobacco, sandalwood and vetiver.
11 oz. premium soy wax blend
Reusable, heavy tumbler that will later become your favorite cocktail glass
40 hour burn time… or more
Made in Nashville, Tennessee
Shipping & ReturnsWe’re happy to offer Free Standard Domestic Shipping on orders over $50 USD! For orders under $50 USD see shipping costs below.Most orders will ship out within a day of ordering; however some orders will take 24-48 hours to process. Your order will be shipped via standard shipping unless you select an alternative. All packaging materials are biodegradable packing peanuts and recycled crinkle paper and that boxes from suppliers are recycled as well. Read More about our Shipping Policies
About Ranger Station
Ranger Station, pours each candle into what will later become your favorite cocktail glass, a sturdy keepsake and customization inspired by the founder’s appreciation for a well-served drink.
Ranger Station is twin brothers Steve and Jon Soderholm. Founder Steve, dreamt up Ranger Station candles while touring the world as a musician who needed something to do with his hands whenever he had time home. And with increasing demand, he quickly brought his brother Jon onboard.
Hand Poured in Nashville, TN
Ranger Station started in a kitchen, moved to a garage, then to its own studio. All in Nashville. But now that they’ve outgrown all of these, they could not be more excited to expand into our immediate Nashville community. They have partnered with local Social Enterprise, Thistle Farms in the manufacturing of their candles.
“Thistle Farms’ mission is to heal, empower, and employ women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. They do this by providing safe and supportive housing, the opportunity for economic independence, and a strong community of advocates and partners.”