It’s leap day and I’m taking advantage of this bonus day of the year to write a bonus post! Okay, it’s mostly because I wanted to wrap up my monthly theme and provide some sneak peek pics of a few scents that I’m very excited about.
In my hunt for baked goods scents to try from my personal stash, I came across this small pure radiance* jar that I got on the cheap during the SAS and forgot about.
Fragrance: On cold throw, I was nervous. It seemed a bit too much on the ooey-gooey sweet side for my taste. Upon lighting, I was relieved. Definitely a buttery note, with hints of cinnamon and nutmeg. I believe the #1 ingredient in a scone is butter, so this scent nailed it.
Performance: On the lighter side, better for a small room, especially in the small jar. It’s a just-right amount of scent for me.
*One note on Yankee’s Pure Radiance line. They are soy with a crackling wick. I enjoy the crackling ambiance within a larger setting; however, I’m currently burning this right next to me, and it’s as if someone is holding a sparkler next to my ear. All that crackling and sparking is kind of freaking me out!
Recommendation: I’m enjoying this fragrance more than expected. I’m just gonna move it over there…
Freshly Baked Goods wrap-up
First place goes to: Brandy Pear Tart
Worst place goes to: Sugar and Spice
Now for these goodies…
I can’t wait to use Fresh Cut Herbs!
Legendary Rainbow’s End, pretty little Rose and Ivy, and mysterious Mountain Lake.
I just might hoard these!