Friday, November 10, 2017

Comfort Candle Company Wax Melt Reviews

Comfort Candle Company Wax Melt Reviews

Comfort Candle Company Wax Melts
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Comfort Candle Company is a small company in Comfort, Texas that makes candles, wax melts, fragrance oils and related items in 40 scents. Their candles and wax melts are handcrafted using a proprietary soy blend, and they use the latest in candle making technology. Their products are made with American made ingredients and materials.

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I really REALLY enjoyed these melts! They smell fantastic, authentic, and unique, and most of the scents I've never smelled anywhere before. I review a lot of wax melts, and I often come across a lot of the same scents, so I'm always hoping to find scents that are unique. Comfort Candle Company definitely delivers! I can also tell that they use very high quality oils. They don't have the generic feel that a lot of wax melts have. I even like the scent names, and the labels are simple and classy.

Alpine Spruce

Description: Wonderful organic blend of spruce, redwood, and moss

A lovely spruce scent (not a biting pine) with a slightly smoky note, and maybe a smidgen of sweet vanilla. It almost has a smidgen of a patchouli note.

Throw: Medium (3 to 3.5 out of 5)

Blanco Patchouli

Description: A uniquely tantalizing sweet and earthly exotic scent

Fantastic rich earthy patchouli, just a little sweet and a little woodsy. A high quality patchouli scent.

Throw: Mild (2.5 to 3 out of 5)


Description: Bountiful fragrant Texas wildflowers during the height of a springtime blooming season

A lovely authentic high quality spring floral scent. It's sweet but not perfumey, with a fresh dewy and a hint of sweet green grass.

Throw: Strong (3.5 to 4 out of 5)


Description: Ecstasy of salvation and spiritual joy

I've never smelled anything like this, and I love it! It smells like a blend of baby powder and incense like nag champa, and maybe a hint of honeysuckle and warm cashmere. It's a rich, sweet, warm scent, like an expensive perfume. I wish I knew what the notes were.

Throw: Mild (2.5 to 3 out of 5)


Description: Strawberry, pomegranate, and extra vanilla create this luscious delight

Strawberry with sweet rich vanilla marshmallow. Very nice!

Throw: Strong (4 or 4.5 out of 5)


Description: Enticing notes of bergamot and patchouli highlights

A nice cherry tobacco scent with a bit of an incense note and maybe of smidgen of baby powder. Very nice!

Throw: Medium (3 out of 5)

Hill Country Home

Description: Maple and walnut high notes create a cozy and comforting home

Fantastic cinnamon roll scent with a glaze of sweet vanilla icing. This is slightly different from other cinnamon roll scents I've smelled in that it's more authentic and a higher quality. And it's not overly cinnamony. Looking at the scent notes, yes I think I do smell maple, but not really any nutty notes although it may be very subtle.

Throw: Medium (3 to 3.5 out of 5)

Mt. Laurel

Description: Beautiful purple flowers with grape smelling blooms

This is a floral scent with a perfumey note, a hint of strawberry, and a little bit of coffee! It's an unusual but very nice scent! Looking at the description, no coffee, and I guess the strawberry is the grape note although I don't actually smell grape.

Throw: Strong (3.5 or 4 out of 5)

Red Currant

Description: Savory blend of tart red currants and golden fruit glaze

Red currant is one of my favorite scents, and this is a fantastic version. Red currant is a classy, upscale scent of a fruit with a distinct soapy note and a smidgen of light wood. It's very slightly sweet and just a tiny bit tart (but not like cranberry).

Throw: Strong (3.5 or 4 out of 5)

Spiced Tea

Description: Warm, flavorful holiday tea with a pinch of cinnamon

This smells a lot like the Hill Country Home scent, like a cinnamon roll. But it's a little less sweet, and slightly more cinnamony. I don't smell any tea notes.

Throw: Medium (3 out of 5)


Description: The irresistible scent of valley fresh grapefruit

I can't figure out what I'm smelling, but it's nice. Some kind of fruit with a hint of pine, maybe grapefruit and something else? When melted, I think the pine is eucalyptus because it has a sinus clearing effect. Looking at the scent notes, yep it's grapefruit, but it doesn't mention the eucalyptus/mint note. And I think there might also be another fruit in there. Or maybe a hint of a floral? Melted, it smells like pine and grapefruit, but with something else, and a creamy note but not vanilla. It's not a sweet scent, just a tiny bit of sweetness.

Throw: Strong (3.5 or 4 out of 5)

Verbena et Sage

Description: Herbal delight sure to soothe your soul

A nice verbena spa scent with a lemony note. I don't know if I smell sage per se, although there is a very slight savory herbal note. Melted, it has a bit of zestiness.

Throw: Medium (3 out of 5)

White Lavender

Description: Clean, light aroma with soothing and relaxing elements

This smells like authentic lavender right from the plant. It's not sweet nor is it too medicinal.

Throw: Barely (1 to 2 out of 5)

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