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When you carry your favorite fragrance in your weekend bag, it doesn’t matter how disappointing your hotel room turns out to be—it can still hold a candle to home. Housed in a portable apothecary jar, this travel-sized soy wax candle brings the comforting aroma of fig and cypress to your suite—or windowless “Deluxe Double” as it may be—to place the familiarity of home base front of mind.
Very nice quality, very smooth and pleasant fragrance. But I just cannot imagine having a travel candle with me at all times4
This product was a nice surprise to receive in my box this month.4
This candle smells great! I travel a lot so this will be a great addition to my carry on.5
I love the smell of this candle and the portability of it is a plus. Although I do feel it is a little pricey.5
This is a great product for the traveler who is tired of lingering hotel room odors or just like to have a scent that reminds them of home!5
This was my first time receiving a box, and I am absolutely glad I received this candle. It has a lovely and unique smell, and is a generous smaller sized candle.5
I love the scent. It's a little fruity, spicy, woody, musky. I love those kinds of scents. Too bad this thing's so expensive. Love the scent, but not the price.4
Couldn't wait for a trip to try this out. Lit it last night and absolutely love it! Very masculine woodsy-tones with just a hint of sweetness.5
I like this candle it has a unique sent, but I tend to prefer more aromatherapy style scents. Still, I love the idea of a travel candle and looking forward to taking this one on a trip soon.4
The first night I lit it up in my room for about an hour and a half and smelt nothing. I asked my room mates and girlfriend if they smelt anything and they all said no. The second night I lit this in my room for about 2 and a half hours, still nothing. Again I asked my girlfriend and room mates and again they all said they smelt nothing.1