Tuesday, 4 December 2012
This week and next I'm showing you the best way to scent your home (and yourself!) ready for Christmas, and bringing you the best in Christmas smells traditional and modern.
Today it's the turn of the Christmas Candle from Melt, which is a blend of cinnamon, clove, vanilla, nutmeg, orange and spice, which is a traditional blend of ingredients that gives an almost "mulled" scent to the air surrounding it, whether it is burning or not. It burns well and cleanly, and promises to last for around seventy hours.
Melt are well on their way to becoming my new favourite candle company, these days. I adore their easy to navigate website, and I like how each fragrance is available in a range of sizes and colours and their prices are extremely reasonable, costing from £7.50 for a travel candle in a tin (22 hour burn) to just £32.50 for a "tall & fat"candle, which should burn for 160 hours. The "luxury glass candle" you see in the main picture there is just £21, which is little short of a bargain. I don't think the candles are organic - at least I can't find mention of it on the website - but they are hand-poured, and made without synthetic ingredients.
I've had a couple of candles from Melt now, in a variety of fragrances, and have loved them all. In particular I've really enjoyed the bright and lovely-smelling Verbena and Clary Sage and I'm giving serious consideration to using their candles to fragrance the venue for my wedding reception at the moment too ..
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