Candle Warmers Wax Melt Reviews
This is a review of Candle Warmers wax melts from 2016. They can be found on the Candle Warmers website, as well as at various stores and gift shops, such as At Home, Gabe's, and more.
Elegant blend of cherry blossoms and white cashmere
Light floral and vanilla with a light amber note and a hint of cherry.
Bold red currant, blood orange, and fresh fig
I adore this scent! It's a soapy currant scent with an orangey, almost satsuma (a small orange with a pungent lemony citrus scent) type note, and possibly a hint of woods. The other notes temper the pungency of the citrus. It's not a sweet scent, and not really all that fruity. It's elegant and classy, like most fig and currant-based scents.
Fresh cut pine, winter berries, and a spicy blend of clove and cinnamon
Strong Christmas tree scent with a slight bayberry note. I don't smell clove or cinnamon. This is similar to Woodland Pine, but more piney, not as sprucey/smoky, and less berry. They smell very similar when melted.
Dew-misted clover, tranquil ocean water, and lemon zest
Salty fresh air scent with a very slight herbal note and maybe a barely noticeable hint of lemon. A little boring, and nothing really stands out. Melted, it smells like there's a hint of mint although it's not in the description. I don't like this scent.
Blonde woods, weathering pine, a hint of spice, and lime zest
I smell light woods, spruce, and sage that almost smells slightly minty. There's a very slight zestiness which may be the lime, although I don't actually smell lime. I don't smell any spices either. This is not a strong woodsy scent, or a Christmas tree pine type scent, and none of the notes are overpowering. This is more of a spa scent than a woodsy scent. When melted, it has a fresh air quality. But unfortunately throw is very weak so it's hard to tell.
Anjou pears and French vanilla cream
Pear and vanilla with a hint of amber, but it smells very cheap and artificial, like something you would spray in your car. It's not awful, but I don't care for it.
Fresh pine, cassis, and tonka with vine-ripened blackberry highlights
I smell pine/balsam, fig, and cedar I think, and a slight bayberry type note (there's no bayberry in this scent, so it's probably the blackberry/cassis combination). There's also a slight zestiness. I don't smell vanilla (tonka). Cassis is a type of currant, similar to fig, with slight cedar, clove and patchouli notes, so that explains the cedar and fig notes in this scent. I don't smell clove or patchouli. I'd say the main notes in this scent are pine and bayberry, and this is a more complex fragrance than Pepperberry Wreath.
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