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To temporarily satisfy our wanderlust and keep our wallets happy, we turn to these transformative scented candles. From fruity to clean and crisp to woodsy, each offers an escape of its very own, no packing required. (We like to think of the hand-pressed seal as our very own passport stamp.)
This just had a terrible smell to me. It's a tiny tea light sized candle in my sample, and the thing smells like an army of senior citizen-aged females just came to play bingo.1
At least this one wasn't uselessly billed as a "travel candle."
Scent was OK, and I suppose it's just me - but I just don't use candles (except for the ones in our emergency supply kit). Even if I was a candle (or 'mandle') sort of guy, I'd have to love it to pay $26 for one.
Ugh. Enough with the candles. My subscription is like a magnet for them. No one wants candles.1
The smell of this is beyond revolting, Speakeasy. I threw it in the garbage immediately, but I worry it's going to stink up the garbage :(1
I'm a guy and I love candles, but this just wasn't for me. It's a spicy scent with hints of cinnamon, but it doesn't smell homey like gingerbread. Anyway, I used this a few days and I didn't like the scent. It made my eyes water a little actually.1
I liked the scent of this candle. The packaging said to place on furniture but I didn't. I put it on my sink and left it there for about a week when I noticed a rust mark under the medal tin. I'm still mad about the marks left on my sink.1
I wanted to love the scent but it was unfortunately too strong for me.1
Just not a fan. The candle had a decent throw but smelled awful. Perhaps I will enjoy one of the other scents more.1
I thought the candle had a better smell before I lit it.1
I can't handle strong scents-- especially floral scents-- so this isn't for me.1