Lily-Flame Candles


So, I thought I would share with you all my current love. Now, anybody who knows me are aware of my slight candle obsession, and luckily my other half keeps limits my candle purchasing habits otherwise there would be no bank balance left!

 Lily-Flame's products are handmade in Somerset, which I'm a particular fan of as I feel I'm supporting local businesses and I always feel I'm receiving greater value for money. Anyway, I received these two for my birthday a couple months back; Fairy Dust and Rhubarb. On the nose, not burning, I wasn't sure Fairy Dust was for me - very girly powdery scent, but once burning, it really is lovely - clean and fresh, similar to fresh laundry. Whereas Rhubarb (and custard) is particularly sweet and as you can imagine, the exact scent of the sweets - I love.

Throughout my several years of candle collecting have I ever stumbled on a range as good as Lily-Flame's. I was so surprised by the quality of the products considering their affordability (only £8.50 per tin) and that they are so slow burning whilst engulfing the rooms in these amazing scents. I'm also a sucker for the packaging. They are of medium size with a burn time of approximately 35 hours. There are also sets of 3 mini versions of the candles, beautifully packaged and the ideal gift.

What I love most about the candles is how you can smell them when they're not burning - almost like a cutely packaged air freshener. 

I don't think I could recommend this brand enough, their range is so extensive and I'm looking forward to adding more to my collection, including their reed diffusers.

Have you tried any of Lily-Flame's products? Or are there any other affordable candle brands that you would recommend?

K.