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Saturday, August 6, 2011

Slatkin & Co. High-Quality Scented Candles

Today I would like to introduce you all to the wonderful candle line by Slatkin & Co. that is sold at Bath & Body Works stores across America and sold on the home shopping channel QVC. Slatkin & Co. is well-known in the candle industry for producing some of the finest candles that are out in the marketplace and personally, these are some of my absolute favorite candles!

My Review: I received 3 of Slatkin & Co. single wick 4 oz. candles to review for all of you. The 3 scents that I receive are: Salty Caramel, Homemade Cookies and S'mores. When it comes to scented candles for my home I only purchase the best and I only purchase foodie scented candles as I am not into floral scents. Each candle is in a nice quality clear glass candle holder with the Slatkin & Co. signature silver lid. Each candle retails for $9.50.

The first candle that I decide to burn was the Salty Caramel Candle as that one just intrigued me regarding the scent. This candle smells like sweet cream, caramel and sprinkled glazed pecans. OH MY...this candle is fantastic!!! I love the strong toasted caramel scent with this one!

The second candle that I burned was the Homemade Cookies Candle and I decided to burn that one in my kitchen. This candles smells like whipped buttercream & pure cane sugar along with vanilla and sweet cream. In my opinion...it smells like I am baking a fresh batch of vanilla sugar cookies. This is a great candle for the kitchen or dining room.

The third candle that I burned was the S'mores Candle and I decided to burn this one in our family room. This candle has a layer of gooey marshmallows, melted dark chocolate and sweet graham crackers. Oh my...this one reminds you of sitting near a campfire and toasting up some delicious tasting S'mores!

My Overall Impression: All 3 of these Slatkin & Co. Candles are high-quality candles that smell absolutely fantastic! I am a big candle user and trust me...these candles are top notch! I love that they are neutral colored so I can use them in any room. I appreciate that the candles are in thick high quality clear glass containers and I love that they come with lids so that when you are not burning them the fragrance stays contained within them. They burn evenly and cleanly with no stinky smelling soot. I give them 10 out of 10 stars and I highly recommend the Slatkin & Co. candles to you!

These candles are the perfect candles to scent your home with when you are just relaxing or if you are entertaining guests at your home during a party or event. I would like to thank the PR company that I am working with along with Slatkin & Co. for sending me the 3 delicious smelling candles to review for all of you. I am a huge fan of Slatkin & Co. candles and I hope you will purchase a few and try them out for yourself...you will love them!

Disclaimer: Shelly Hill has personally reviewed the product listed above. Shelly has not received any monetary compensation for her review. Shelly did receive a free product to try out so she could evaluate and use it for her review. Her thoughts & opinions in this review are unbiased & honest and your opinions may differ. The Shakin N Bakin Blog is not responsible for delivery/shipping of giveaway items won from this blog nor are we responsible for mis-use or injury caused by items won from this Blog. Content on this blog is copyrighted, all rights reserved. We reserve the right to legally pursue anyone who violates our rights and/or steals our copyrighted material.

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