If you like anything spiced apple scented, I recommend you give this candle a try. At around £3.50 for 100g, it’s settles in the lower price range, but the quality surpassed that of many higher priced candles. The scent throw is very good, filing the average sized room in a matter of minutes, and lasts for a good hour or so after the candle has been extinguished.
If you need something to cover up cooking smells, the odour eliminating properties of this candle does the trick, without producing an over sweet, chemically aroma. It produces a rather lovely, cosy and welcoming fragrance.
The colour is a very festive berry red, and the glass votive can remain useful long after the candle has melted.
The slight grumble I have is the decorative plastic surround on the votive, which I think cheapens the look, but thankfully it can be easily removed.
In all, one of the best candles in the price range I have used in a long time.
Rating 4 out of 5.
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