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P.F. Candle Co. - NO. 04: TEAKWOOD - 7.2oz & 12.5oz
P.F. Candle Co. - NO. 04: TEAKWOOD - 7.2oz & 12.5oz
P.F. Candle Co. - NO. 04: TEAKWOOD - 7.2oz & 12.5oz

P.F. Candle Co. - NO. 04: TEAKWOOD - 7.2oz & 12.5oz

Regular price $30.00

P.F. Candle Co. - NO. 04: TEAKWOOD - 7.2oz & 12.5oz 

Bold and complex, this scent starts out musky and a little bit sexy with lead notes of leather, pepper, and tobacco. A base of teak and sandalwood with a hint of orange and patchouli make this best selling fragrance popular with men and women.

Top Notes: orange, leather, tobacco, amber, musk 
Heart: black tea, black pepper 
Base: sandalwood, teak, cedarwood, patchouli 

Always trim your wick to 1/4" before each lighting. Do not burn for more than 4 hours at a time. Never leave a candle burning unattended.


Ingredients: 100% natural soy wax, phtalate-free premium fragrance oil, cotton wick 

12.5 oz Burn Time: 60-70 hours

7.2 oz Burn Time: 40-50 hours 



P.F. Candle Co. is a handmade candle and home fragrance goods company based in Los Angeles, owned and operated by wife and husband team Kristen Pumphrey & Thomas Neuberger.


Pommes Frites was founded by Kristen in Austin, TX in 2008. While Tom was always happy to help behind the scenes, he came on board officially in 2013. Kristen brings over 15 years of candle making experience to the table, having poured her first candle at the age of 12.


We love how candles have the power to change the entire atmosphere of a room with their soft glow and fragrance.

All of our candles are made using domestically grown soy wax, cotton core wicks, fine fragrance oils, and apothecary inspired packaging. Jars are finished off with a simple label and brass lid. Each candle is hand poured, packaged, and shipped in our Los Angeles studio.


Many have wondered about the hidden meaning behind naming our company after french fries. The answer is simple: "Pommes Frites", when pronounced correctly, sounds pretty similar to Kristen's last name, "Pumphrey". Well, and Belgian fries are awesome.