Made of Soy Wax.
CAUTION: Burn within sight. Keep away from flammables, pets and children.
Keep candle free of any foreign materials including matches and wick trimmings. Only burn candle on a level, fire-resistant surface. Do not burn candle for more than four hours at a time. Stop use when only 1/4" of wax remains.
Joining the Siopao and Pancit candle in our candle roster is our favorite dessert, the Halo-Halo! Halo halo means “mix-mix”, and is said to be inspired by Kakigori, a japanese shaved ice treat that was introduced to the Philippines pre-war. The Japanese migrants brought this local treat to the country and shortly after the Americans built the Insular Ice Plant in Manila, the Halo-Halo was born. It is prepared in many ways and has evolved from its original version of mung beans, milk and ice, but the key ingredients remain the same. Halo-Halo consists of shaved ice, evaporated milk and sugar. Then the toppings come in! Depending on who prepares it, the Halo-Halo could contain agar jellies (gulaman), sweet beans, nata de coco, leche flan, ube, ice cream, corn to name a few.