Peach Bellini, Frozen Margarita, Strawberry Daiquiri – Candles from KissAir
If there’s one “blogger cliché” that I find myself falling right in to it’s that I am obsessed with candles. We do love our candles! Although I’m pretty certain that this obsession is not limited to the world of blogging! I have three new candles added to my collection and these are from Kiss Air, an independent company run by a lovely lady that I have known for a few years now! It is always so nice to see people you know do so well!
The new summer range by Kiss Air
is inspired by cocktail favourites and the fragrances in the collection are strawberry daiquiri, frozen margarita, peach bellini, piña colada and mojito! They don’t smell like alcohol at all, so there are no worries about the house smelling like a bar!
The delicious and mouthwatering fruitiness of these candles remind me of being on a beach holiday. I absolutely love the pastel packaging and the scents smell delish! I have been burning the frozen margarita one for the past week and my living room smells fresh zingy limes.
The strawberry daiquiri (one of my favourite cocktails!) smells a bit like strawberry and cream which is very appropriate for this time of year! It’s a delicate, sweet and creamy fragrance. I don’t think I’ve ever owned anything with a peach fragrance, but peaches are one of my favourite fruits and has been since I was little!
I have the peach bellini candle at my desk right now and I I can’t stop smelling it when it’s not being lit. It is an orangey-peachy smell which is delicious and surprisingly calming! All this talk of delicious cocktails makes me want to go and mix one up for myself right now!
Kiss Air candles are handmade with natural soy wax and comes in pretty tins that cost £8.50. There are smaller, travel sized tins
(£5) for those who want to try a scent out before buying the bigger version. For fellow candle addicts, Kiss Air also offers a unique candle club
(sounds just like the kinda club I want to be in!) where you can subscribe to receive monthly wax goodies.
Which cocktail would you like to see made in to a scented candle?