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Basilisk Breath Candle

Bright Clean Herbs Take a deep breath of a summer garden, rub the fresh herbs between your fingertips and just enjoy the sun. This candle plays with the refreshing botanical scents of basil, rosemary, sage, thyme, and peppermint. With a flicker of a flame, you’ll be plunged into a glass of natural iced tea and can unwind
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Product Details
  • Notes of: Basil, peppermint, rosemary, sage, thyme
  • Burn Time: 60 Hours
  • Basilisk?: Was a deadly serpent of Greek mythology, and this blend of herbs was once considered to be used as a protective charm against the serpent's deadly stare and breath.
  • Made with a Natural Soy Wax Blend
  • Vessel: Sleek Matte Black Glass
  • Cruelty-Free + Vegan Formula
Fit + Measurements

226 g (8 oz)

  • Natural Soy Wax Blend, Essential Oils (Sweet Basil, Peppermint, Rosemary), Sage, Thyme
  • 100% Cotton Wick

Vetted by The Verticale Values

Clean Ingredients

All of Amass’s products harness the super power of botanics, meaning all their ingredients are non-GMO, completely natural, and never with artificial preservatives or excess chemicals.


Morgan was one of the first female distillery owners, deciding to take her knowledge of spirits and blend it with natural botany.

Reducing Waste

Amass produces their products only in small batches, and never lets leftovers go to waste.


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On a mission to brew botanical rituals .


  • Clean Ingredients

  • Women-Owned

  • Reducing Waste

AMASS builds on your daily rituals: social and self. Openly honest about their carefully selected and uniquely botanical ingredients– such as Lion’s Mane Mushroom, Ashwagandha, Sumac, and Sorrel– every Amass product is grown from the soil up and made with the earth’s health in mind. Expect a mesh of bar-cart and vanity items ranging from clean Botanic Vodka cocktails to hydrating Four Thieves Lotions. Feel good in and out, because a hangover doesn’t count if it's slathered in botanics, right?




Los Angeles, CA


Morgan Mclachlan & Mark Lynn