Kenneth Turner Scented Candles
Close your eyes, let your senses take you to a beautiful manor house. The house is decorated with fir trees, twinkly lights and handcrafted decorations from the days of ould.
You are dressed in a glamourous, swirling ball gown, and are wearing an exotic sequinned, feathered mask. You have a glass of the finest champagne in hand. You are at the season’s most glittering Christmas masquerade ball.
Open your eyes. You are actually at home, but you’ve been transported to this winter wonderland by the scent from your Kenneth Turner candle. Oh wait, that was just me.
My Kenneth Turner candle is not only one of the best smelling candles I have ever inhaled, but the candle its self is a piece of beauty. The wax is held in a posy vase in iridescent blues, purples and silvers. It reminds me of a goblet, perhaps one I might drink from at the masquerade ball?
The scent is descried as a sophistication of black rose, black pepper and dark cassis nourished with ginger, myrrh, patchouli and amber. I’m not sure my senses are refined enough to pick up all of those, but I can assure you the notes are a perfect combination. My house smells like a beautiful fine fragrance. Once you might save for a special occasion and I’m pleased-as-punch with the candle taking centre stage on my dining room table. Did you notice the leaf detail on the foot?
So if you are looking for a Christmas present that screams sophistication, then Kenneth Turner is your next stop. I have been mightily impressed with the scent. So often I buy a candle which in the shop promises my nose so much, only to burn it at home and be disappointed. I may as well have bought an unscented version and saved myself some pennies. Not with this candle. I can truly smell the divine notes that have been offered up on the box. This candle won’t disappoint.
Kenneth Turner have a range of Christmas candles as well as year-round varietals, including reed diffusers, room colognes, tealights and much more. The packaging of each item is as good as what’s inside.
Anyway, I’m off. Back to the party. Where did I put that champagne?
Disclosure: Kenneth Turner gifted me a Masquerade candle, but as always, my opinions are my own.