Skip to product information
1 of 4

Allison's Goods

Masala Chai Vegan Soywax Candle


Regular price $12.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $12.00 USD
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Warm spices are balanced by astringent black tea, sweet milk, and a touch of citrus accords. This scent is exceptional at neutralizing odors! It's sweet with vanilla, and strong with spice, but is never overwhelming or cloying. Scent throw can reach across your house, and still not be too much.

Scent: Orange Peel, Cardamom, Cinnamon, Peppercorn, Nutmeg, Vanilla, Clove, Black Tea



100% USA-grown soy wax with no additives

clean fragrance and essential oil blends free of phthalates, Prop 65 ingredients, carcinogens, mutagens, and reproductive/organ/acute toxins

cotton and paper wicks

sustainably sourced crystals from an ethical, traceable supplier


  • Signature 9 oz wax by weight, 3.5" by 3.5"
  • Mini Glass Jar 4oz by weight, 2.5" by 3"
  • Tins 3.85oz by weight, 2.5" by 2.5"
  • Skulls 13oz by weight, 4" by 4"

Care information

Trim wick to .25 inch. Burn 1-2 hours to melt to edges. Extinguish after 4 hours for longevity.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Love the spice!

I have bought many of these chai candles. You can smell the spiciness as it burns. I buy this mostly in the skull size and then use the skull glass to drink coffee both hot & iced!

JL Martindale
Yummy and moody

I was seduced by the skull it came in but bought the candle because it smells delicious - not too sweet but a nice balance of spices. I am incredibly sensitive and am sometimes allergic to other artisans’ scents but so far have found all of Allison’s goods to have excellent balance to the scents. The candle burns nicely and even when not lit the scent lingers in my living room in the best way. It makes me even more nostalgic for autumn and Halloween! I recommend having this share space with Allison’s Mom scented products. (The Mom scent has become my most favorite of scents and I use the room spray anytime I need a little extra energy). The spice complements the citrus.