Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Savoring the Scents With Way Out West's Candle Collection


Disclaimer: I received the following product(s) in exchange for my review. All opinions my own. 

   Ocotillo Southwest is a small, family owned fragrance company that makes premium candles and room mists, with their very own hand picked fragrances. Each candle is handcrafted with a soy blend and unique qualities to characterize the Southwest. I recently had the opportunity to review the Ocotillo Southwest:  Way Out West Candle Collection in the scent of Vanilla de Leche. These candles are hand poured with soy and paraffin so they are long lasting, and burn clean with a wonderful smell.
   I received the gift set of two candles in this collection, and each are poured in high quality mason jars, topped with a rustic lid and a hand-stamped copper charm. Each candle is handmade in the USA, and has 40-45 hours of burn time each, with non-metal cotton wicks.They come with a bonus wick dipper for smoke free candle extinguishing, and make beautiful gifts to give.

   When I received my box of Vanilla de Leche candles, I could smell their delicious scent before I even opened the package. They smell amazing!! The aroma is so yummy, as their version of Mexican Vanilla, you will be licking your lips over this candle lol. The candles are packaged in a cute little box, so you could gift them right away, if you like, or you can keep one candle for yourself (which I'm positive you will want to do hehe), and gift the other! These candles are perfect for any occasion, and would make great gifts whether it be for Mother's Day, Birthdays or a Housewarming Gift, whoever receives, is sure to love it!

Ocotillo Southwest has many other Candles available to purchase in a variety of fragrances. I would love to try them all!! The set I received for this review is available for purchase on Amazon for $29.99 with free shipping if you have Prime or on purchases of $35 or more. It is available in the Vanilla de Leche like I received, or in two other scents: Fields of Lavender or Native Pinon (Pine). 

You can also visit Ocotillo Southwest on their website at ocotillosouthwest.com or on Facebook and Pinterest.



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