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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.)
Isn't the candle market over saturated? I don't find the scent useful and the sample is so small it lasts for 2 hours or so. I like my share of candles but stick with full size with seasonal scents to make my place more cozy and inviting for guests not seduce them with something similar to axe body spray...2
I received a candle last month that i liked a little better. The scent on this candle wasn't really what i liked but it burned nicely and filled the air space well.4
I liked this little candle quite a bit and so did my wife. We both thought that it smelled fantastic!4
Not really into candles and this one had an awkward smell to me. Can't really explain it but it was too overpowering and unpleasant.1
this candle smells great, not much else you can really say about a candle5
I used the tealite, its a nice candle.. should have saved it for a hotel room. too expensive to buy as a votive though. Pillars cost that much3
It was a nice candle but i prefer another brand instead3
Can't have too many candles and this is a cool 'Speakeasy' fragrance. I like the travel candle a lot actually as it's nice to bring, well, traveling actually. To hotels, staying at my parents, etc.4
the tealight didnt last very long. had the candle burned for a while, the smell may have gotten more potent, otherwise it smelled great.4
This smells wonderful. I will definitely be buying this candle in the future.5