Cracking Summer Scents | WoodWick Candles Pineapple and Lemon Candles

WoodWick Candles have recently released their Summer range of scents, and as usual, I had to run down to my local Love Aroma store, and pick some of them up. I ended up getting both the, WoodWick Candles Pineapple candle, and the WoodWick Candles Lemon candle. After burning them for quite a while now, I thought I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what WoodWick Candles say about both of them.

A tall white wax candle in a glass jar.

A picture of the WoodWick Candle Pineapple candle from Love Aroma.

The WoodWick Candles Pineapple candle, is a rejuvenating splash of Pineapple, swirled with Coconut Nectar and fresh Pear, to create a refreshing tropical experience.

A large yellow wax candle in a glass jar.

A picture of the WoodWick Candles Lemon candle from Love Aroma.

The WoodWick Candles Lemon candle, is a nix of zesty Lemons, and a blend of sparkling Citrus and green notes, for a true to life clean Lemon fragrance.

The WoodWick Candles Pineapple candle, is absolutely delicious and smells like Summer. I can definitely smell the Pineapple, it would be a bit strange if I couldn’t, and I can kind of smell the Coconut, but it’s very much in the background, as I can only smell it every so often. I unfortunately can’t smell the Pear at all. The best way I can describe this to you is, it’s like being at the beach on a glorious Summers day, with the sun beating down on you, a nice breeze every so often, and a Pina Colada in your hand with a colourful unberella sticking out of the top of your glass. It sounds perfect, doesn’t it?

The scent throw of this is incredible. I lit it in my room, which is the furthest room in the house, and I could smell it all throughout the entire house, and this was when I was cooking food.

The WoodWick Candles Lemon candle, is gorgeous, but I was a little disappointed when I first burnt it, as it only faintly smells of Lemons. It was more like Lemon Wood, rather than a fresh zesty Lemon scent, but after I had burnt it for a while, it soon turned into a full bodied Lemon Curd scent. It’s extremely zesty, and once burnt for a while gives out a rich creamy zesty Lemon scent, which i’m loving more and more each time I burn it.

Again, the scent throw of this is extremely strong. It fills the entire first floor of my house full of rich zesty creamy Lemon goodness. The only trouble is, it takes a long time, at least ninety minutes, to reach it’s full bodied Lemon smell, and I would rather light it and then within twenty minutes be able to smell the gorgeous Lemon Curd scent everywher .

Like all of WoodWick Candles, it says that you are supposed to get 180 hours of burn time out of each of these gorgeous smelling candles, but I got at least 220 hours out of each candle, which is amazing.

I would have to rate the WoodWick Candles Pineapple candle a nine out of ten, and the WoodWick Candles Lemon candle, an eight out of ten. I absolutely loved the WoodWick Candles Pineapple candle, and I will definitely be repurchasing it, as it just smells like Summer in a jar. I loved the WoodWick Candles Lemon candle, but it loses  a few points because I would have prefered it to smell like Lemon Curd, and not like Lemon Wood when I first burnt it, but other than that it’s a fantastic candle.

If you would like to check out either of these gorgeous smelling candles for yourself, then you can either pop into your local Love Aroma store, buy it direct from WoodWick Candles online here, or you can also buy it online from Love Aroma, here.

Have you checked out either of the WoodWick Candles Pineapple candle, or the WoodWick Candles Lemon candle? What did you think of them? What candles should I buy next? Please let me know down below.

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