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Jonathan Adler Pop Sugar Candle

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Price: $38.00
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Familiar scents of cane sugar, vanilla beans, white lily, sandalwood, and musk in a bold Pop glass vessel with packaging as fresh as the product. 3.25" diameter x 3.25" high. 7.1 oz. Approximate burn time 40 hours. Hip reusable vessel.

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Chuck - Trim Your Wick
Susan Webster Adams (Candles Off Main) 6/23/2013 6:17 PM
Chuck - this message is for you. I hope you see it. So glad you like the fragrance! I do too. If you have any soot or smoke when you burn this or any candle, simply extinguish the candle, trim the wick and relight (or let the candle rest if it's been burning for over 4 hours). Ideally, you want a nice, tight, steady flame that doesn't flicker or smoke. It's a good idea to trim your wick every time before you relight a candle to help it burn clean. Some candles need to be trimmed just right. I haven't had trouble with this one but if you do again, just trim the wick and be sure to keep the candle out of drafts (from ceiling fans, open windows, air vents...). Best wishes!
Pure Jonathan Adler
Chuck (Memphis, TN) 6/23/2013 1:51 PM
I love all things 'Jonathan Adler' and his Pop candle line is no exception. He captured the essence of pure sugar without the scent being 'sticky sweet'. It pairs well with other scents to create additional layers of fragrance. The retro hip container is an awesome keepsake. I wish I could give this 5 stars but I have not been able to keep the candles in this line from creating a good deal of black soot while burning. If the candle burned cleaner I would have this fragrance on hand at all times.
My Name is Sue and I'm a Sugar Addict
Susan Webster Adams (Candles Off Main) 6/14/2012 11:25 PM
Before we got into home fragrance I was a baker. At one point I worked at a gourmet catering company in the bakery department. One of the signature deserts was creme brulee cheesecake with brittle topping. We would make caramelized sugar, let it harden on a sheet pan, and then break it into brittle for a dramatic display on top of the cheesecake. After making 60 or so of those cheesecakes, I really got to know the smell of caramelized sugar. There is a point just before it burns when the fragrance gets really deep and the color turns golden. Wait a few seconds too long and the whole this turns black, smells bitter and burns. But catch it at it's peak and it's heaven! That is what the Jonathan Adler Sugar candle smells like to me. Perfectly caramelized sugar. Warm and comforting. I'm a sugar addict, so I could layer this candle with just about anything, like: Voluspa Santiago Huckleberry if you really have a sweet tooth. Lafco Penthouse (Champagne) and Red Flower Italian Blood Orange - like a sugar-rimmed mimosa. Voluspa Baltic Amber if you wear turtlenecks under your sweater. Tocca Bianca if you like sweet tea. Nest Grapefruit if you sprinkle sugar on top of your grapefruit. Monique Lhuillier Pink Peony if you still have pink in your bedroom. Voluspa Tuberosa di Notte and Voluspa French Bourbon Vanille for an even better Fleurs de Fete fragrance. Burn quality 4/5. Fragrance intensity 4.5/5.