Want to hear my thoughts on the Yankee Candle Fruit Fusion Wax Tart?
If you’ve read my blog before you’ll know that Yankee Candle is one of my all time favourite brands when it comes to home fragrance. I just find the scents to be really quite powerful in terms of scent throw and I enjoy the majority of the different smells that they have to offer. There isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t burn either a candle or pop a wax melt into my burner. One melt I recently tried was the Yankee Candle Fruit Fusion Wax Melt which retails at £1.10 on the Buy Us A Candle website. This tart is absolutely perfect for Summer as it is has notes of berries, orange and lime. As you can imagine it is a very refreshing fragrance that is tart yet sweet. I burnt mine on a Saturday afternoon. Saturday in our house means mass cleaning day. Our whole house gets deep cleaned from top to bottom and this is the day that we change our bedding. Once the bedding is changed I then hoover up and throw a tart into my burner to give the room a bit of a freshen up and a lovely smell. It’s almost like a little ritual that I have to be honest with you. Anyway, on this particular Saturday the sun was shining and I was feeling particularly Summery so I opted for Fruit Fusion, clearly a fitting fragrance. I then began dusting the TV stand and wiping down our bedside cabinets and before I knew it the room was full of the fruity aroma. I was really impressed with the scent throw, especially as I was clearly able to detect each of the different fruits that made up the combination. After around 4 hours I found the tart began to lose its scent however, even when the tart was no longer melting the smell could still be detected for a good 12 hours afterwards which was pretty good. But the real question is, would I repurchase this? Well I certainly would. I’m even planning on purchasing the large candle version to keep either in the bedroom, bathroom or the kitchen. The scent was just such a nice change from what I normally immediately opt for but it was a wonderful choice and one that both myself and Marc enjoyed.
Have you tried this?