Today we’re celebrating National Candle Month with oddities – those unusual scents that simply speak to your nose. Not your typical rose, lavender, or bakery scent. Whether it’s the scent name, description, or an unusual combination of scents – most candle lovers love to take a trip off the beaten path!
Some of our favorite odd scents:
Tobi Tobin – Bilbliotheque. Exotic and yummy at the same time.
This delectable scent opens with creamy Vanilla and Sugar, leading to a center of sticky Caramel and subtle spices. It all finishes with a beautiful and sensual fragrance enhanced by a warm base of Musk and Tonka.
Sage Machado – Onyx. Love this one. Sexy, sultry, smooth.
Onyx: (Birthstone for August) A fragrance that is as darkly opulent as the stone for which it was named, onyx begins with a bewitching top note accord of black coconut, tobacco and oakmoss. Its rich and enveloping base note accord of vanilla, amber and sheer musk’s caresses the skin like a sweet dew born of nocturnal, tropical air. A perfume of almost primeval intensity, Onyx evokes nature’s beauty in its darkest forms; a jungle’s depths, volcanic heat and velvety night skies.
Opens with bursts of watery greens, raspberry blossom and juicy red apple, while the heart is refreshing with accords of tulips, peony petals and peach blossom.
Colonial Candle – Mahogany Leather. Strange combo but nice.
Warm notes of brushed suede and rich leather are combined with sheer florals, smoked myrrh, and musk to create this memorable, enchanting scent.
Crosscreek Country Candles – Coca Cola. Smells just like the real thing. Very unique
Candleberry – Kentucky Bourbon. caramel, vanilla, and seasoned barrel
The scent includes caramel, vanilla, and just a touch of seasoning from the barrels used to age Bourbon. Totally intoxicating but legal.
Do you have an odd scent you love? Tell us below and be entered to win one of our prizes for National Candle Month!
Happy candle burning ~