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Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Honey Butter Review by Country Home Scents
Autumn time is upon us and I have a plethora of waxes to share. Let me begin with a little treat from one of my favorite vendors Country Home Scents. This is their Honey Butter scent which can be found in their autumn scents section on their site.
Country home scents describes this scent as "Rich butter cream and the sweetness of golden honey are combined to create this luscious aroma" and you can find it in the 'Autumn Scents' section on the site.
This tart is a bright yellow with tons of glitter, black and yellow round sprinkles and a cute little honey bee embed.
I melted this in my Scentsationals wall plug-in warmer in my bathroom. I could not gather a strong scent from this so I wanted to burn it in a smaller area. Most times I cut these little tarts in half but I just felt like melting the whole thing this day because I wanted the most true to the scent melt as I could get.
In cold throw my husband and I both agreed that we smelled something, but we were not sure what it was. We could not smell honey and we for sure did not smell butter. So what was it? I still do not know. It's a sweet smell. Almost like bread.
Now in warm throw, this is where I finally got it. I could very slightly smell the butter and the honey. However, I left the doors to the bathroom closed and when I walked in I was vaugly greeted with that sweet questionable scent. With my little nose close to the melted wax I gathered the idea, but as for the scent 'greeting', I was left confused. I understand that honey and butter are odd scents to reproduce correctly.
In the end, I was not in love. This is not one I will repurchase, But I did enjoy seeing the little honey bee float around in the wax.
Have you tried Country Home Scents? Do you have a favorite wax?