Sunday, August 20, 2017

Sassy Kandle Co. Wax Melt Tarts Reviews

Sassy Kandle Co. Wax Melt Tarts Reviews

Sassy Kandle Co. Wax Melt Tarts
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Sassy Kandle Co. is a candle and wax melt vendor based in Windsor, Colorado. Sara, the company owner, was a pleasure to work with, very polite and professional. She puts a lot of work and effort into her products, and it shows. Sassy Kandle Co. has a website at https://www.sassykandle.com, an Etsy page at https://www.etsy.com/shop/SassyKandleCo, and a Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/SassyKandleCo.

I really enjoyed these wax melts. The scents were fantastic, and I even like the iridescent, very slightly glittery labels on the clamshells. The wax was very soft and hard to get out of the package though. I had to use a butter knife to pry out a cube, but it wasn't a big deal.



Autumn Lodge

Description: A fireside glow of freshly cut cedar and oak, mixed with fir needle, patchouli, bayberry, tobacco and vanilla.

My Review:
I smell patchouli first, then maybe tobacco, and cedar I think, and some other notes in the background I can't figure out. There's an old perfume note in there as well, but in a good way. Fantastic earthy scent, different from other patchouli scents I've smelled. Looking at the scent notes, I don't smell fir needle, but the bayberry and vanilla I might detect just a tad.

Throw: Excellent, 3.5 or 4 out of 5



Black Pepper & Rosemary

Description: A warm, spicy black peppercorn blend married with the cool and crisp notes of rosemary. Includes notes of bergamot & oakmoss

My Review:
A nice crisp fresh peppery herbal scent, not really sweet, and smells like it might have a hint of lemongrass in it. I also detect a smidgen of mint, even though it's not in the scent notes

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Country Apple

Description: Country fresh picked crunchy orchard apples bursting with sweet juices. Nuances of ripe peach, lime, pear and golden honey round out this delightful fragrance.

My Review:
Lovely fresh apple scent with sweet caramel note.

Throw: Excellent, 3.5 or 4 out of 5



Cowboy

Description: This is our signature fragrance. It is a pure masculine blend with a hint of leather.

My Review:
Leather with a men's cologne note. It's a bit different from most "cowboy" type scents I've smelled in that it doesn't have a smoky note, which is good.

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Cranberry Citrus

Description: A blend of tart cranberries, juicy red grapefruit, tangy tangerine, sweet orange, and lemon-lime.

My Review:
This smells like a refreshing cranberry and orange soda. A little tart, a little sweet, and a little citrusy.

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Exotic Patchouli

Description: The classic mix of earthy patchouli blended with an energizing and fruity mix

My Review:
I definitely smell the patchouli first, but there's another note in there that I can't figure out. Maybe a creamy vanilla peach note? Looking at the scent notes, okay there's the "fruity mix". Even though I don't really smell fruit per se. I'm not a fan of this one. Even though it's patchouli, the combination of notes gives it an old perfume scent, and not in a good way.

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out o5



Ginger Apple Harvest

Description: A balance between crisp apples, warm ginger, sandalwood, vanilla, nutmeg, sweet pumpkin and cinnamon make this a perfect fall blend!

My Review:
This is a slightly sour overripe apple scent, like an apple that fell on the ground. It also has a bit of an apple cider note with a little spice. And it also has a sweet caramel note. So it's a different type of fall apple scent than others I've smelled, and I really like it!

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Great Tea & Sage

Description: A tranquil blend of green tea and earthy sage.  Notes of pink grapefruit and lemon tea with oakmoss and musk.

My Review:
This is a nice fresh soapy scent like a body wash with herbal notes and a slight floral note. It's sweet but not overly sweet. Looking at the scent notes, I think I detect a smidgeon of tea and musk and maybe even a tiny bit of grapefruit, but no sage. Not sure about the lemon; if it's in there it's very faint, as I don't detect any citrus at all. Melted, it kind of smells like baby powder with an herbal note, or ScentSationals Zen mixed with baby powder.

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



French Bread

Description: Smell the aroma of warm, fresh baked french bread, dripping with melted, creamy butter.  Smells so true to the real thing you can almost taste it!

My Review:
This smells just like fresh bread or dinner rolls, with a little salty butter. It's a truly authentic scent!

Throw: Excellent, 3.5 or 4 out of 5



Indonesian Teak Wood

Description: A supple wood, mild in fragrance, similar to sandalwood -- soft, earthy & exotic.

My Review:
A light pleasant slightly perfumey scent with a hint of light wood and maybe a smidgen of patchouli or some other incense type note.

Throw: Fair, 2.5 or 3 out of 5



Lavender

Description: A fresh lavender fragrance oil, this fragrance is well rounded and pretty with soft flowery notes.

My Review:
This is a perfect lavender scent. It's not medicinal, yet it's not too sweet or perfumey. It's an authentic lavender scent with a slight floral note. Very nice!

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Lemon Poppyseed

Description: Aroma of freshly-baked lemon poppyseed muffins.  Notes of lemon syrup, poppyseed muffin, brown sugar, marshmallow fluff and vanilla cake batter

My Review:
A nice sweet lemon bakery scent with a hint of buttercream, but also a smidgen of lemon dish detergent, in a good way.

Throw: Excellent, 3.5 or 4 out of 5



Lemongrass Sage

Description: Grassy notes of lemon blended with sage to envelope the senses. Earthy yet clean.

My Review:
A fantastic clean lemon scent with an herbal and salty note, and maybe a smidgen of pepper.

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Lilac Blossoms

Description: As close to a fresh bouquet of lilac flowers as you can get - a springtime favorite!

My Review:
This is not an authentic lilac scent, more like a perfumey lilac, although not overly sweet, maybe like lilac scented soap. It smells great though!

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Lotus Bamboo

Description: Sweet and exotic. A complex and clean fragrant blend of bamboo, grapefruit zest, succulent mango and sandalwood.

My Review:
This is a nice soapy scent with an herbal note. It's not very sweet. Looking at the scent notes, I smell the bamboo, and the light woodsiness of the sandalwood. But I don't smell mango at all, or grapefruit.

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Midwest Stormwatch

Description: A clean scent with floral and mild spice notes.  A hard one to describe, but a very popular fragrance.

My Review:
This smells clean and oceany and herbal and very slightly cologney and with perhaps a smidgen of honeysuckle and mint. No one note really stands out, but the combination is very nice.

Throw: Very good, 3 or 3.5 out of 5



Monkey Bread

Description: Rich, buttery brioche spiced with cinnamon and slathered with layers of caramel pecan icing.

My Review:
Fantastic, authentic scent of a sweet rich cinnamon maple bread.

Throw: Excellent, 3.5 or 4 out of 5



Red Hot Cinnamon

Description: Aroma of classic red hot cinnamon candies - a seasonal favorite!

My Review:
This is straight cinnamon with a sweet candy note. Just like Red Hot Cinnamon candies!

Throw: Good, 3 out of 5



San Francisco Bay

Description: Memories of the San Francisco bay!  Sea spray, ocean air, driftwood, moss, sage and oud wood

My Review:
I'm not sure what I'm smelling but I really like it! It's a super fresh subtlely sweet scent with a fresh clean note, as well as a floral, and a creamy note, and maybe a smidgen of lemon? Looking at the scent notes, I do detect a little bit of wood, but not that bitter resinous oud wood note at all.

Throw: Poor, 2 out of 5



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