Spring Kitchen is described as a blend of Coffee, Shortbread and Orange, yum!
Tinder Box Candles is a creative team of two, Kate and Paul, who produce luxury scented soy wax candles and wax melts. Each of their candles and wax melts is lovingly hand-poured in their home in Hampshire, England.
Their luxury candles and wax melts are created using 100% pure natural soy wax. This ensures that their products are clean burning, and don’t produce any nasty black smoke. To carry on with the natural theme, each candle is presented in recyclable tin and finished with a natural wooden wick.
You’ll all know that we love our fruity based scents here at V&L. This Blackberry & Bay Leaf candle is another immediate favourite. First of all check out the cute box packaging from The Great Little Candle Company!
Immediately you know that this is a great way of not having to wrap up gifts (anyone else not good at wrapping!?) and the flower detail is so cute. Love it!
I was almost too stubborn to not open it…
Don’t talk daft! Of course I did.
The candle tin is also designed beautifully, I love the design and it did feel very a “great” little candle company.
Using soy wax and the best fragrance oils they have a beautiful range of scents. This scent is so beautiful, the morning I chose to light it was a day that later on would involve blackberry picking. A very blackberry day!
It is very fruity but it’s also very woody too, which I liked. It’s almost a mandle at times as the wood tones take over. It’s a gorgeous scent perfect for all year round. After doing my own blackberry picking it really helped to enlighten the senses. You can also smell the lemon, not strongly but it really pushes the blackberry smell out more. It made me more eager to eat the blackberries that we’d picked, make jams and pies.
I got just under 40 hours out of this candle which for a £8 candle is superb. There was no tunneling and the scent throw stayed strong throughout. I was super impressed! With the handy packaging these would make ideal gifts and I’m looking forward to seeing what Christmas brings for them (it’s never too early to discuss Christmas!)
Our buddy Sarah Lou has added some new Happy Hour inspired Pintail Candles to her fabulous shop. I mean, like, she had us at Happy Hour!
We freakin LOVE cocktails, well most booze really lol, so having cocktail scented candles is just beyond awesome.
Check them out…
Gin & Tonic – The refreshingly crisp scent of Gin & Tonic, bursting with fresh juniper and a dash of sparkling citrus – a take on a timeless classic.
Sloegasm – A sumptuous and seductive fragrance combination, featuring crisp woody notes of sparkling wine mingled with the lusciously rich aroma of sloe gin – this sloegasm candle is alluring and addictive.
Mojito – A delicious blend of zesty lime and crushed mint, with a generous glug of white rum. Sharp citrus top notes are balanced perfectly by a delicately sugared base to create the classically cool and invigorating scent of a Mojito.
Moscow Mule – Keep the good times rolling with Moscow Mule – a lively and refreshing cocktail fragrance, bursting with sparkling ginger and cola, finished with a hint of zesty citrus.
Margarita – Evoking sunshine and lazy days this zingy fusion of sun-drenched oranges and sweet lime are combined with the sharp scent of tequila to create the deeply aromatic fragrance of the Margarita cocktail.
Prosecco – Light and decadent, this Prosecco scented candle oozes sophistication – the crisp, clean fragrance of sparkling wine is infused with the merest hint of fresh summer berries.
I think Moscow Mule would be my favourite but they all just sound incredible.
So which one will you be treating yourself to? Let us know in a comment below.
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We’re excited to be teaming up again with our favourite and the sweetest PartyLite consultant out there, Shirley. Stay tuned for lots of new product features and reviews.
Right now we’re very happy to share with you the BRAND NEW PartyLite Autumn Catalogue which just launched today!
Here’s the catalogue below, or you can view it online HERE…