Monday, July 2, 2018

Trapp Fragrances Wax Melts Reviews - June 2018

Trapp Fragrances Wax Melts Reviews - June 2018

Trapp Fragrances Wax Melts
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Everyone should have at least a couple of Trapp Wax Melts in their scented wax melt collection. These are high quality luxury melts that are meant to be savored, like a fine wine! Trapp Fragrances wax melts can be ordered from their website at https://store.trappcandles.com/collections/wax-melts.

I also reviewed 15 other Trapp scents (and more detailed information about their melts) at https://www.scentedwaxmeltreviews.com/2017/07/trapp-fragrances-wax-melts-reviews.html, as well as last year's fall and winter scents at https://www.scentedwaxmeltreviews.com/2017/10/trapp-fragrances-wax-melts-reviews-fall-winter-2017.html.



#21 - Amber & Bergamot

Notes: A smooth, velvety combination of aromatic bergamot and the sultriness of amber

This smells like an expensive perfume with a bit of warmth (but not really amber) and a slight oriental spice note. Fantastic scent!

Throw: Strong, 3.5 out of 5



#45 - Burmese Wood

Notes: An incredible balance of teak and balsam woods, with a rich base note of tonka

This is the ultimate patchouli scent! It's rich and exotic and I also smell sandalwood which gives it a very slightly milky woodsy note. I love this one! Looking at the scent notes, I'm surprised I don't see patchouli. I don't smell balsam, which would have a slightly piney note. And I don't smell tonka, which is a rich vanilla scent, although this scent is quite rich and has a bit of sweetness.

Throw: Strong, 3.5 out of 5



#67 - Fine Linen

Notes: Freshly laundered fine linens that radiate the lush scents of white rose petals, passion fruit nectar and blooming vanilla orchids

Based on the scent name, I expected a laundry type scent, which this is not. It smells like a rose-based floral with a bitter note, a little like old soap. There might also be a hint of fruit in the background, perhaps apricot, and looking at the scent notes that's probably the passion fruit. I didn't care for this scent.

Throw: Strong, 4 out of 5



#12 - Guava Mango

Notes: This mouth-watering blend of two tropical fruits combines succulent mango and flavorful guava.

This is different from any guava or mango scent I've smelled in other wax melts. It's rich, sweet and fruity with a little bit of an orange note but also a very slightly savory note. It's quite nice.

Throw: Medium, 3 to 3.5 out of 5



#7 - Patchouli Sandalwood

Notes: Asiatic patchouli blended with sandalwood and cedar

Fantastic patchouli scent with a little bit of a woodsy note. It's not the same scent as Burmese Wood though; that scent is more of a warm woodsy scent with a little bit of a patchouli note, while this one is pure patchouli with a little bit of a woodsy note. This patchouli is a little sweeter than other patchouli scents I've smelled, with a little bit of an old perfume note (but in a good way).

Throw: Strong, 3.5 out of 5



#63 - Pure Peony

Notes:  The perfect peony... elegant, sophisticated, and always timeless

A lovely delicate rose type floral. It's an authentic floral scent, not perfumey or overly sweet, although it has a hint of a soapy note. I really like it.

Throw: Medium, 3.5 out of 5



I did not review #69 - Amber & Tonka Bean and #65 - Mandarin Goji, as Trapp is retiring both of these scents. Amber & Tonka Bean smells fantastic but only had mild throw, and I wasn't a fan of the Mandarin Goji scent (which also had mild throw).



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