Warm Vanilla Sugar Type
Warm Vanilla Sugar has become a classic. With flowery herbal top notes, coconut and vanilla middle notes, and a musky sandalwood base, what's not to like? Traditionally used in lotions and sprays, Warm Vanilla Sugar has been difficult to formulate for wax. It took us dozens of tries over the last few years, but we've finally found one we love.
- Weak and disappointing
The scent was weak in the bottle and in the 464 soy wax. Definitely not worth the three leaf status.
- warm vanilla sugar type
I added a bit of very vanilla and butter cream with warm vanilla, and it turned out amazing.
- One of those subtle fragrances...
...that is difficult to reproduce with any strength while still retaining its subtleties. I have tried a number of Warm Vanilla Sugar-types, and while this one is the best, it could use a "boost". Smell in the bottle is very good, but scent throw when in wax leaves a little to be desired. Customers still like it, but it is not one that leaves a huge impression like some of the other scents available.
The scent was great in the bottle, but once in the candle you could hardly smell it! If it smelled as strong as it did in the bottle, I am sure it would have been a huge seller for me.
- Delicious scent but very weak
This scent smells delicious in the bottle but you can barely smell it at all in a soy candle -
- Pretty, But Weak
Very pretty scent, please make it stronger.