Ner Mitzvah Handmade Frosted Multi Colored Colorful Hanukkah Candles, 45 Count
Features & details
- FROSTED MULTI COLORED: Add color & fun to your menorah. Kids will love choosing their favorite hanuka theme colors, while teens will admire the cool finish.
- HANUKKAH MENORAH CANDLES: These standard sized candles have a 3/8” diameter that will perfectly fit any candle menorah. Each box of 45 candles lasts all 8 nights of Hanukkah, including the shamash.
- CERTIFIED KOSHER: These menorah candles for chanukah meet all Jewish law requirements to be lit in a menorah, and are designed to burn for 1 hour.
- QUALITY CRAFTED: Expect nothing less than the best from Ner Mitzvah. Our dripless hannukah candles burn clear & bright with no double wicks and minimal wax drippings to keep your chanukiya clean.
- BEST CHANUKAH GIFT: A great Jewish and Judaica holiday gift, these dripless hanukkah candles make the perfect Hanukkah gift for kids and adults, and they can be used all year long for all kinds of occasions and parties.
LIGHT UP THE NIGHT
A favorite for so many, celebrating Chanuka is a highlight of the year. Of all the holiday traditions, kindling the Menorah is the main event. Lighting the Hanukkah candles for menorah while reciting the blessings and singing traditional hymns brings the family and friends together to celebrate, young and old alike.
Ner Mitzvah’s variety of Chanukah candles allows you to choose a size, color and design that you love to celebrate the holiday in style. Whether you prefer classic, traditional, colored, or modern candles hanukkah, we have the perfect candles to put the finishing touches on your menora and make it look spectacular.! Choose from chanukah candles standard size, chanukah candles white, natural beeswax hanukkah candles, fun multi-color designs, or funky themes.
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with plenty of chanukah candles dripless to last you through all 8 nights, just like the miraculous oil jug in the Holy Temple. Our 45-count boxes include enough candles to light one menorah, including the shamash, on each night of the holiday.