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Trapp No. 64 White Lotus & Lychee Large Candle

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Trapp No. 64 White Lotus & Lychee Large Candle
Trapp No. 64 White Lotus & Lychee Large CandleTrapp No. 64 White Lotus & Lychee Large Candle
MSRP: $27.50
Sale Price: $20.40
The delicate beauty of the white lotus flower enhanced with fresh lychee fruit and creamy jasmine rice. 7oz soy wax blend. Cotton wick. Burn time 50 hours. Hand-poured in the USA.
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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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a sweet but very balanced tropical scent
Emily (Louisiana) 2/25/2013 10:16 AM
Based on the description alone, I wouldn't have bought this online. First, I figured it would be heavy on the floral side (not me), and second, I'm typically not into fruity scents either. Lychee is not something I am "familiar" enough with to relate to anyway (it reminds me a little of pineapple). I smelled it in a local shop, though, and I liked it. This is a distinctly tropical scent that is very balanced: sweet but not overly fruity, it is certainly not a strong floral scent either. I often buy Trapp votives for use under a stained-glass hurricane because they are high quality: a very strong throw, filling multiple rooms, which is pretty impressive for a votive. They also burn for, I'd estimate, about 20 hours, cleanly and evenly. I seldom burn the Trapp votives alone, and this one worked really, really, well with Archipelago's Fiji. It added some complexity to it, which I think it needs!