How do I pick the right candle scent for me?

To help you select, we use the following terms:

*Top Notes* is used to indicate the strongest scent in the candle. Top notes are noticeable when the candle is cold or hot.

*Middle Notes* is used to capture the secondary scents in the candle, which may or may not be noticeable when the candle is cold. Middle notes come out during the burning of the candle and should start to become more apparent as the wax melts and the pool spreads to the edges of the tin.

*Finish* is used to capture the most subtle scents in the candle. Finishing notes are sometimes undetectable as individual scents, but they add a subtle complexity as the scent begins to fill the room.

Check for full description of the scents on the product page for each candle.

ABOUT SCENTS: We all know scents are subjective. What smells amazing to one person may not be to another person’s liking. Please be realistic with your expectations – we are all different and that’s what makes the world so great. If you are unsure of whether or not you’re going to like a scent, try a Flame Noir tealight sampler set first. Our tealight samplers offer a smaller commitment and the chance to sample 6 different scents that you may choose on your own in any combination. Find your favorite!