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Jonathan Adler Big Sur (Forest) Candle

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Price: $28.00
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The Jonathan Adler Big Sur Forest candle blends crisp bergamot, rich vetiver and warm cedar wood & nutmeg. Imagine a climb up one of the high ridges and take in the spectacular coastline and tree lined valleys. 7.5oz. 50 hour burn time. Cotton wick.
The Jonathan Adler Jet Set candle collection captures the sizzle of his favorite glamorous hot spots. All Jonathan Adler candles come in a superbly stylish etched white glass vessel. Packaged in a hip, retro box that is perfect for easy gift giving.

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Cozy Cabin in the Woods
Susan Webster Adams (Candles Off Main) 2/3/2013 6:38 AM
I am so literal when it comes to tree fragrances. I expect deep woods and crisp needles. It took me years to finally try this fragrance as the cold throw smells nothing like a forest so I dismissed it. Huge mistake on my part. Now I know why this fragrance is so popular. It's warm, inviting and relaxing. I love the way the bergamot and nutmeg compliment the wood notes. So rich and almost delicious. This is the complete opposite of a fresh, green forest and I love it just as much! It's more of the inside of a cozy cabin in the woods that you never want to leave. I highly recommend this fragrance. Great guy scent but not overly masculine. For me it burned cleanly and easily. Burn quality 4.5/5. Fragrance intensity 4/5.
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Ryan (Cleveland, Ohio) 7/17/2010 2:06 AM
I found myself splurging on one of these candles after seeing Jonathan Adler on Bravo's Top Design. He seemed like the kind of guy who would know how to create a scent with depth and vibrancy. I wasn't let down with Big Sur. I really love this kind of fragrance for the fall. The scent is both sweet and woodsy, which is always a big draw in for me. I adore the use of woods with nutmeg. Nutmeg always seems to tie a fragrance in perfectly with that whisp of spiciness that is prevalent at it's base. This is a very beautiful fragrance yet also fairly masculine and unisex. I enjoyed the scent. I did have a bit of a soot issue with this one though like one previous reviewer mentioned having. I did trim my wick to 1/4 inch before each burning but I still wound up with some billowing smoke. I think it was probably my fault though for leaving it too close to a window or for possibly (dumbly) burning it while my ceiling fan was on, so the soot was more due to human error then anything else. Wonderful scent though. I really liked it a lot!