This is my first experience of Produce Candles and so far, so good. The brand has some really unusual scents – including Kale – but I opted to try the Rhubarb version because it’s a favourite taste and scent and I don’t come across it nearly enough! I certainly don’t want my kitchen smelling of Kale but I wouldn’t be at all averse to Tomato or Parsley for example, which both form part of the line up.
The scent is really very rhubarby with a dash of custard, I’d say. It’s slightly on the sweet side but distinctive – a lovely ‘kitchen’ candle although it could be a bit gutting if your family is expecting rhubarb crumble and all you have for them is a sniff at a candle! I’m curious to try the melon scent, too. I think the Rhubarb Candle is well priced (in as far as any scented candle can be!) for £20 with a 50 hour burn time. The fragrance isn’t overwelming, but compared to other candles with a similar price, I think is more giving than most. You can find Produce Candles HERE and please let me know if you go for the Kale!
MASSIVE NB! I wrote this post at the beginning of the day.. it’s now the end of the day and the brand has just dropped me a comment to say that in fact this is the Melon candle. I would swear all day long I have been smelling rhubarb (although that custardy element I mentioned suddenly makes sense) and yet I haven’t. Just goes to show the power of suggestion. Instead of amending I thought I’d just flag it up – I’ve been back and smelled it again and sure enough, now I know it’s melon it smells of melon! The sense of smell is a very strange thing.
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