For those of you that have read my other candle review, you will know that I am totally obsessed with candles. If I am in the house, I will have a candle on (I have one burning next to me right now) They create such a lovey ambiance, light and smell that I feel every home deserves.

Today I am reviewing a candle that I have had for a while now. This is the only candle that I have had for a ‘while’, why is that I hear you ask? Well that is because I only put it on every now and then as I just don’t want it to run out! I go through approximately 4-5 candles a month and I have had this one since Christmas last year. It is the most divine smelling candle and I have yet to find a scent that I prefer. The scent is sparkling neroli, citrus and sandalwood.

The candle is housed in tin casing, I normally prefer them in a glass so that I can see the flame when the wick gets low so this is probably the only design issue I have with it. The thing I love most about the design is that at the top of the candle there are lots of little sweetie looking bits of wax with some glitter and sparkle. Even though I am half way down the tin, it is still there whoohoo.

This candle was a gift from my lovely sister but I decided to look online to see how much it would be to buy a few more of these to keep in stock. My findings were a little disappointing because even though this is my favourite scent ever, I just found it maybe a little expensive to buy for anything other than a special occasion. For this candle, you will pay £9 plus postage and packaging. Considering that this is just a small candle with not much burn time, I don’t really want to be buying many of these at once. I will just hold out hope that I get them for presents in the future.

This product is from Best Kept Secrets, a family run business in Morpeth. They make really heavily scented candles and I would recommend that you treat yourselves to one of these in the future, if you don’t want something to just burn daily. A real waxy treat.

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