I’ve seen Kringle Candles pop up many a time across the US, where they’re really popular, but not so much in the UK. Quite an interesting back story to this one because Kringle Candles belongs to the son of Mike Kittredge, who founded (and later sold) Yankee Candles. I know that Yankee Candles are huge sellers in the UK, and Kringle is not a dissimilar brand, so if you’re familiar with Yankee and love Yankee, you won’t be stretching too far away from a known quantity with Kringle.
I’ve been sent Watercolours and Pink Grapefruit by Love Aroma – a site that has an eye for candle trends. So, starting with Watercolours. In theory, I should absolutely love this (it’s the best seller) because it’s got sweet pea notes which I adore, but it’s also got strawberry and lime, and it’s a bit like a sweet smoothie in scent! I think if you like that almost-foodie, fruity and sweet kind of fragrance, then it will be a hit. Pink Grapefruit is a lot less complicated – it really is just a sweetened version of real grapefruit; absolutely delicious and fresh.
Other scents include Royal Cherries, Tranquil Waters and French Lavender. I think they’re pretty good value at £22.99 for 100 hours burn time (has anyone at home counted their burn time?!). You can find them HERE.
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