Linnea’s Lights Soy Candle Violet and Sea Salt

Linnea’s Lights is a candle company that makes their candles from environmentally friendly ingredients. From the outside box to the candle inside, the quality and design are both remarkable. The company has well over 18 different scents and I will be featuring 2 of them today.

Each Linnea’s Lights candle comes in a recycled package for its outside box. You could take the cap off top to reveal the candle. The candles are nested in a glass cup that has extreme clarity. It is also heavy weighted for stability. If you look closely at each the candle, you will notice that it is double cotton wicked in a soy wax hand-poured candle.

Violet is a bold candle with zero mellowness to it. The violet scent is mixed in with other green notes including iris which can be picked up easily by the nose. It is invigorating after just one whiff of it. The candle is great for starting out the day especially spicing up the room a little bit.

Contrary to the Violet, the Sea Salt not only reminds me of a mix between the ocean breeze and a hint of the tropical weather, it is subtle with a scent that is great for relaxing. It holds a clean ocean like scent. It is very pleasant especially something so refreshing.

Linnea’s Lights provide candles that stand out more than anything with its unique scents. I have never seen such a company with scents like Linnea’s Lights. Each candle that is double wicked provide 60 hours of burn time and single wicked are 15 hours in a mini votive size. The candles are made with the utmost care providing fine fragrance that is aromatic to the nose. Having tried both Violet and Sea Salt, two very different candles, I think Linnea’s Lights has candles that fit different occasions and lifestyles.

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5 Responses to Linnea’s Lights Soy Candle Violet and Sea Salt

  1. Kimbo April 16, 2012 at 5:35 AM

    After seeing the word Sea Salt, I thought about how it would smell before reading your description. Sounds quite interesting if you’d ask me.

    • admin April 20, 2012 at 3:13 AM

      That is what I was saying when I saw the words, “SEA SALT.” It smells quite nice just like the sea breeze.

  2. Tina L April 16, 2012 at 10:12 AM

    I so love the mood that these candles set off. The packaging looks so woody never thought it be paper.

    • admin April 20, 2012 at 3:14 AM

      It’s paper but the design looks like wood which is appealing to the eyes.

  3. Miss Lizy April 16, 2012 at 11:41 AM

    Dang these candles look so pretty.


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