I don't know about your taste when it comes to fragrant votives but mine run along the lines of healthy waxes and lead free wicks. Once those two things are satisfactory then I'll choose a wonderful scent.
The latest votive to make an entrance here is made by the Upper Canada Company. They are well known in these parts for their soaps and lotions.
Buying Canadian products is good for the economy=guilt free spending!
The Wild Mint Lime combination is not too sweet or too floral
it has a nice blend of citrus and I love it in my kitchen.
It looks good with the newest linen pillow
look at that crewel embroidery
I am pretty sure that the embroidery was done by a machine
because the pillow was not that expensive.
My love affair with beeswax continues and will never wane.
The greens are spot on for colour.
Researching Votives online
was an eye opener
what a wide range of varieties, scents and costs!
Jo Malone, Archipelago, Votivo, and Diptyque
are a few that I perused
I had a wee shock when I saw some of the prices.
This Canadian candle was $20 and has a burning estimate of 65 hours.
When it's finished I'll pop the container in the freezer for a bit and it makes it easy to remove the last of the wax
then I'll repurpose the glass for another use...
at the moment I am thinking Q-Tips in the bathroom!
Do you buy luxe candles ?
What are your favourite brands and fragrances?