These Finnish style fire logs at a garden party are not only eye catching, but provide plenty of light and heat. They burn down vertically making them more concentrated than a regular campfire. These wooden candles were used by the Scandinavian soldiers during the Thirty Year War for 1618 to 1648, allowing them to turn freshly chopped pine trees into firewood thanks to the special drilling technique. This way they didn’t have to travel great distances to gather firewood for their camps. The slow burning logs provide over an hour of pleasant warmth thanks to the unique way oxygen gets to the fire. The Finnish candle's burn time depends on the wind and weather.
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