I’m honestly trying to steer clear of too much festivity too early, but just about everything that’s coming through is geared towards that time. The Durance Spiced Biscuit Candle, clearly, from its snowflake pattern, is just such a thing. But, it’s not really that full-on blast of ‘mulled wine and pine trees’. Spiced Biscuit is more of a homely smell – it just smells of the very thing that you want when you come home from a horrible, wet, crowded Saturday shopping afternoon; it’s all dark and miserable outside and you’re so pleased to be home.
That’s my long winded version of describing it as a true comfort scent. The Durance Spiced Biscuit Candle (£14.95) is sweet, spicy and home-baking-y (I know, I’m making up words, here) but it hasn’t veered off into that saccharine sweetness.
My one piece of advice is to always have some biscuits in if you’re planning on burning this. You’ll thank me for that piece of advice when the aroma starts to curl around your nostrils and you get the munchies ;-).
The more I get to know this brand, the more I like it, so it’s well worth looking out for. It’s HERE.
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