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No.21 Spicy Margarita scented candle
Outdoor Fellow x DD Fuego No.21 Spicy Margarita Candle
DD Fuego on a beach holding No.21 Spicy Margarita scented candle
Outdoor Fellow x DD Fuego No.21 Spicy Margarita

Outdoor Fellow x DD Fuego No.21 Spicy Margarita

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$36.00
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Description

Outdoor Fellow's first collaboration candle is with New York drag artist DD Fuego and is a celebration of summer, Mexico and one of our favorite cocktails, the spicy margarita. With notes of lime, jalapeño, agave and lemon, it's sure to brighten up your home with freshness and spice. 

The scent captures a hot summer day in the Mexican beachside town of Puerto Vallarta.  Waves from the Pacific Ocean are crashing at your feet and you have your favorite cocktail in hand, a spicy margarita. As you take a sip, you immediately notice the freshness of the lime followed by the smooth tequila that awakens your body.  Your mouth heats up as the jalapeño infused liquid and chili powder salted rim begin to work your taste buds giving you a pep of energy that will carry you through to a night of festivities and performances Puerto Vallarta has to offer. 

Scent Notes

Top: Argentina Lemon, Lime, California Orange
Middle: Agave Syrup, Jalapeño, Cardamom
Bottom: Green Bergamot, Lemon Zest

About DD Fuego

DD is a Mexican-American, New York City-based drag artist and multi-hyphenate creative at the intersection of fashion, art, and joyful bright fun. In drag you can find DD Fuego performing live weekly in NYC and digitally on YouTube where her videos have surpassed 100,000 views. As a creative director and production designer his work spans TV/Film, Theater, Music, and now, bringing the fire to this candle collaboration with Outdoor Fellow.

Product Details

  • 8oz/230g
  • Hand crafted in the USA
  • Made with a natural coconut wax blend
  • Crackling wooden wick made from FSC certified wood 
  • Burn Time 40-50 hours
  • 5% of proceeds support The Trust for Public Land