All is GOOD in the Wood 

No fancy packaging, no exotic names, no bright colours ... just pure white natural soy wax with beautifully simple fresh fragrances ...

About Us

Mulderie Wood lies in the heart of whisky country here in Scotland. Surrounded by the natural beauty of the mountainous Highlands to the sandy beaches of Speyside, we are truly blessed to call this house by the wood our home.


In 2014 our interest in nature and the desire to promote this beautiful Scottish land and language led us to start a business making candles, candles with a Scottish twist ...


We only use soy wax in all our handmade Mulderie Wood candles.


Soy wax is a natural, renewable, sustainable and biodegradable resource derived from sustainably grown soybeans. It is free from pesticides, genetically modified materials and herbicides offering a clean, even and long lasting burn. 


All our fragrances are paraben and phthalate free and none of our fragrance oils, essential oils or wax are tested on animals or contain any animal product. All our candles are cruelty free and therefore vegan friendly. 

We hand make and quality test and check all our candles and have one aim in mind: to make the most natural candles possible; better for you and better for the environment - everything is good in our wood. 

We do hope you love our candles just as much as we do making them.

Samantha Gray

Owner and maker at Mulderie Wood Candles.


Candle Safety
As of June 2015 all UK candlemakers have to label any sensitisers (even naturally occurring ones) contained in their candles under the ‘Classification of Labelling & Packaging’ or CLP.

We are fully compliant with this legislation.


If you have a particular sensitivity to an allergen please contact us for a full list of ingredients so we can best advise you.


You will also find full burning instructions and candle care and safety advice in our Advice section.

Photo Credit The Fourth Month Lifestyle Blog


"Mulderie Wood pride themselves in

bringing the Highland woodlands

into your living room with their stunning

handcrafted and eco-friendly candles.


Check out my five reasons to buy a Mulderie Wood candle .."

All our fragrance oils are certified PHTHALATE free by our UK based suppliers.

The chemical DEP (diethyl phthalate) is widely used in scented products to help the scent linger and is usually identified as the ingredient “fragrance.” These chemicals have been linked to developmental and reproductive toxicity and cancer in some studies. Although PHTHALATES have already been banned from cosmetics in the European Union, some candle fragrances produced in the United States will still contain these. 

We also ensure that our fragrances do not contain any PARABENS

Parabens are used to prolong shelf life in many health and beauty products by preventing the growth of mould and bacteria. The most commonly found parabens are butyl paraben,  methylparaben and propylparaben.  Although the percentage of preservative in a formulation is generally very small Parabens are believed to disrupt hormone function by mimicking oestrogen which has been linked to breast cancer and reproductive issues.

Soy Wax

There are many arguments as to whether soy wax is better than paraffin wax in candles.  We have chosen to use soy wax as we wanted no animal product in our candles.  We also have found soy to be cleaner burning - and as soy wax burns cooler you can enjoy your soy wax candle for generally 30-50% longer than a paraffin candle. Others choose soy as there are no toxins, carcinogens or pollutants which means it's less likely to trigger allergies. 

  • 100% Plant Based

  • All Natural

  • Sustainable, Renewable and Biodegradeable

  • Free of Pesticide and Herbicide residue

  • Free of genetically modified material

  • Friendly to animals, no testing

  • No petroleum products

  • No animal products

  • No insect products

© Mulderie Wood 2018, 2019, 2020   Mulderie Wood, Meadow View, Mulben, Keith AB55 6YA

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