Wild Card Rebel



Eucalyptus & Apple Cider

Well, sometimes life throws you a curveball and that's true when it comes to candles too. We’ve got a story for you… So, we were accidentally sent the wrong scent in the right bottle, if that makes sense? We were expecting, jasmine but before we knew it, we were adding a bit of apple cider oil (?!?) to our classic Bluebird Day Candle. So our Eucalyptus + Jasmine candle was now Eucalyptus and Apple Cider?!? Yup! It’s not as bad as it may sound - a bit sweet and a bit spa, but it is definitely not our Bluebird day. So now we have 28 “new kind of rebel candles” on our hands and wanted to throw caution to the wind and offer them to you. They will burn just like all our candles - but offer you - let’s say - something new - with a kick of Apple Cider! Who’s in? $15/candle. Embrace a bit of the unexpected? 

Made in Evergreen, Colorado Old Pine candles are hand-poured with 100% American-grown soy wax for a clean and even burn. We use lead-free cotton wicks and custom blends of premium fragrance oils.

For a clean and even burn: 

Trim the wick to 1/4" before lighting, every time. This will help prevent soot and smoke (aaaah clean burn).

We recommend creating a "burn pool", the first time you burn your candle. To do this, let the wax melt completely to the edges of the container.  This will prevent tunneling or uneven wax melt. 


1. Place the Candle on an electric or stovetop griddle set to the lowest temperature and allow the remaining wax to melt. 

2. Carefully pour out and dispose of the melted wax or reuse it. Be careful. It will be hot! And never pour wax down the drain. 

3. Pop out the glued down wick with a fork 

4. Clean the entire jar with soap and water. It is not necessary to remove the label. 


1. Place candle in the freezer for 1-2 hours

2. Take the candle out of the freezer and carefully break up wax with a butter knife and pop out the remaining wax. The wax should shrink while being cooled and after broken up into pieces, pop out easily. 

3. Use a fork and a little elbow grease to remove the glued down wick. 

4. Clean the entire jar with soap and water. It is not necessary to remove the label.  

Tip: To get the most out of your candle before you recycle it, always trim your wick to ¼” before each use and burn it down completely. There should be no more than ¼” wax depth left.

Click here to learn more about how to reuse and recyle your jars.

We are committed to helping people shine their light. 10% of our profits are donated to a person, charity or organization. Learn more about the Old Pine Promise here.