Kobo Candles

    Kobo Candles

    post #1 of 12
    Thread Starter 
    Hey everyone! I'm thinking of picking up a few Kobo Candles and was wondering if any of you had burned them before and what your impressions were. Any favourites?

    I'm interested in:

    Moon Wisteria
    Figue Blanche
    Asian Grove

    Green Pearl Jasmine
    Marche aux Fleurs

    Anything you can tell me would be great! Also looking for recommendations outside of white florals grin.gif
    post #2 of 12

    Thanks for posting - they look very interesting.

    post #3 of 12
    Thread Starter 
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by lppView Post

    Thanks for posting - they look very interesting.

    I was looking for an alternative to Diptyque candles. One that is easier on the wallet, hahah!
    post #4 of 12

    Nice website :)

    post #5 of 12
    Just checked it out and reasonably priced too!
    post #6 of 12

    never heard of em

    post #7 of 12
    Thread Starter 
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hednicView Post

    Just checked it out and reasonably priced too!

    Hednic, do you burn candles regularly? What are your favourites?
    post #8 of 12
    I use Jonathan Ward candles, a lovely floral green one Dance in Summer Rain for a happy fresh scent Nightingale Jasmine for summer nights and Santissima Amalfi has an interesting note which I like for cold weather.
    post #9 of 12

    Those look nice, Xscent - do you just have the candles?

    post #10 of 12
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by lppView Post

    Those look nice, Xscent - do you just have the candles?

    Yes just the candles, I have the little tea lights ones as well which are great for burning just for a few hours. I like to change up the scent and find candles an easier for this purpose.
    post #11 of 12

    Good point, Xscent.

    post #12 of 12
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by VintagePoisonView Post

    Hednic, do you burn candles regularly? What are your favourites?
    I do burn candles regularly, but these that you have mentioned - haven't experienced them yet. I have currently been burning Astier de Villatte scented candles from France which are heavenly but pricey.
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    6/28/13 at 1:51pm

    VintagePoison said:



    Hey everyone! I'm thinking of picking up a few Kobo Candles and was wondering if any of you had burned them before and what your impressions were. Any favourites?

    I'm interested in:

    Moon Wisteria
    Figue Blanche
    Asian Grove

    Green Pearl Jasmine
    Marche aux Fleurs

    Anything you can tell me would be great! Also looking for recommendations outside of white florals grin.gif

    6/28/13 at 1:53pm

    lpp said:



    Thanks for posting - they look very interesting.

    6/28/13 at 2:17pm

    VintagePoison said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by lppView Post

    Thanks for posting - they look very interesting.

    I was looking for an alternative to Diptyque candles. One that is easier on the wallet, hahah!

    6/28/13 at 2:29pm

    lpp said:



    Nice website :)

    7/3/13 at 11:12am

    hednic said:



    Just checked it out and reasonably priced too!

    7/3/13 at 3:29pm

    Tony T said:



    never heard of em

    7/4/13 at 12:10am

    VintagePoison said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by hednicView Post

    Just checked it out and reasonably priced too!

    Hednic, do you burn candles regularly? What are your favourites?

    7/4/13 at 2:42am

    Xscent said:



    I use Jonathan Ward candles, a lovely floral green one Dance in Summer Rain for a happy fresh scent Nightingale Jasmine for summer nights and Santissima Amalfi has an interesting note which I like for cold weather.

    7/4/13 at 7:39am

    lpp said:



    Those look nice, Xscent - do you just have the candles?

    7/4/13 at 7:44am

    Xscent said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by lppView Post

    Those look nice, Xscent - do you just have the candles?

    Yes just the candles, I have the little tea lights ones as well which are great for burning just for a few hours. I like to change up the scent and find candles an easier for this purpose.

    7/4/13 at 7:51am

    lpp said:



    Good point, Xscent.

    7/4/13 at 10:43am

    hednic said:



    Quote:
    Originally Posted by VintagePoisonView Post

    Hednic, do you burn candles regularly? What are your favourites?
    I do burn candles regularly, but these that you have mentioned - haven't experienced them yet. I have currently been burning Astier de Villatte scented candles from France which are heavenly but pricey.





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