Fragrance Find Friday: Red Sherbet & Tulips, Candleberry Candle Company

I love unusual scent combinations, and I would say this latest one from Candleberry Candle Company fits the bill. The scent is Red Sherbet & Tulips ~ On a bright day in Amsterdam row after row of bright hues populate every park and garden. The most striking are the reds whose velvet petals are edible delights, so much so there is even a variety called sherbet, a blend of raspberry and lemon flavors used ins salads and to announce to any room that spring has finally arrived.

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This scent sounds fascinating to me. I also love the beautiful, red coloring of the wax. This is one I’m sure to try!

Have you tried Candleberry Candles?

 

Happy candle burning ~

Andrea Haskins

Candle Scoop – The best smelling blog around!
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Author: Andrea

Andrea is the voice behind Candle Scoop. She is a long-standing member of Candlefind and loves all things scented. While she enjoys scents across the spectrum, she is a die-hard bakery and fresh-scent fan. She enjoys rooting out bargains and candle discounts, but she won't hesitate to pamper herself with a luxury brand. When not writing or talking about candles, she enjoys spectator sports and playing with her pups. Andrea would love to hear from you, so don't hesitate to contact!

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  1. Love the color and name of this one. I have tried Candleberry’s Hot Maple Toddy scent and it was amazing! This one is likely just as good! I hope to try it soon.

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  2. Really interesting combo! I love tulips. Great color, too.

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  3. This sounds like a wonderful summer scent. I would love to smell it!

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  4. I have never heard of this candle company before. But the sound of this candle is amazing! I would love to just smell this one. I’d like to have the job of naming these candle scents.

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