Posted On November 17, 2019

Amber Vale Candle Giveaway and Review

by | Nov 17, 2019 | General

Amber Vale Home is a brand new home decor company focusing on hand-crafted items. Their flagship product is soy-coconut blended, wooden wick candles with a variety of unique scents such as Porch Chat (whiskey + leather).

The Holiday Sampler combines three 4oz candles: Tennessee Christmas (evergreen + deciduous), Gathering (orange + clove) and With Extra Whip (peppermint + hot chocolate). With a focus on natural, wholesome products, these candles are made with phthalate-free fragrances blended meticulously to nail down the scents of the season: evergreen, clove, hot chocolate and peppermint.

Features include:

  • Natural soy/coconut blend
  • Wooden wick that “crackles” when burning
  • Phthalate-free
  • Realistic scents

What’s the Deal with Those Candles?

I was given a chance to review the Holiday Sampler. In the picture above you see the good looking box it arrived in. When I opened the box, I was impressed by the safe packing of the candles. People who buy candles likely enjoy these types of nice aesthetics. I appreciated the fact that the jars were protected from damage during shipment.

 

 

 

The package included a kind thank you note with detailed instructions for how to use the candle. That may sound odd, but the candle is different from normal and the instructions helped.

We decided to open the one called With Extra Whip which really smells like peppermint and hot chocolate. It has a mild scent, so it isn’t overpowering. I don’t like candles that permeate a whole house. This is just perfect.

I really hoped I could write a good review. So it brought me great joy when my bride said she loved the scent!

At $20 for a pack of three. These make for an affordable stocking stuffer or gift for a friend.

How Do You Get a FREE Holiday Sampler?

 

 

 

CONGRATS TO Annamarie Voss @AGVoss on Twitter who won this contest. Thanks to all who joined.

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