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Trapp No. 28 Bamboo Sugarcane Large Candle

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Price: $22.00
The Trapp candle Bamboo Sugar Cane is a perfect blend of green, sweet and refreshing. 7oz soy wax blend. Cotton wick. Burn time 50 hours. Hand-poured in the USA.
Each Trapp candle is painstakingly crafted of fully-refined paraffin wax, saturated with perfume, and carefully hand-poured to make the highest quality products for their customers. Trapp candles are abundantly scented with the finest essential oils.

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Sugar without the Calories or Crash!
Susan Webster Adams (Candles Off Main) 2/28/2011 8:08 PM
If you've ever had the pleasure of sucking on pure sugar cane, you know exactly what this fragrance is like. It's a soft, mellow, natural sweet that soothes. The bamboo notes offer a freshness to help keep the sweeter notes from becoming too heavy. The effect is fresh and relaxing. This candle works well anytime of year and any type of weather. I enjoy it on rainy days to provide comfort without weighing me down. On warmer days it layers nicely with Pink Grapefruit for a more refreshing scent. Blended with spicy scents like Trapp Exotic Spice or Sexy Cinnamon it becomes more lively. For sweeter blends, layer it with Guava/Mango, Pear or Macintosh. You really can't go wrong layering Trapp Bamboo Sugarcane.
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One of the best!
Ryan (Cleveland, Ohio) 2/23/2011 4:57 PM
I really enjoy this scent. It's fresh and sweet. It's the best of both worlds coming together in a nice pairing. I just really enjoyed the throw this gave off. Very pleasant and soothing. I like the added green accords and am curious about what they were. I couldn't really tell. But, you can definitely sense them in the blend. They are more subtle though. This is one of my favorites by Trapp.