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Old Factory Candle Gift Set Review

Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

I love candles. I always have. But for some reason this time of the year, I seem to enjoy them even more. I just learned that November is National Candle Month so maybe I'm not the only who really enjoys candles this time of the year. Most days than not, there is a candle burning in my house. (However, I always consider safety especially since Lil Man is 3.5. For tips on Candle Safely, click here)

I'm always on the lookout for great candles as some candles just can't seem to hold a candle to others. :)

The Old Factory Candle Gift Set contains 3 different 2 ounce candles in an array of scents.

Here are the scent options: 

Fall Harvest Pumpkin Spice, Cranberry, Autumn Leaves

Happy Holidays Christmas Tree, Candy Cane, Gingerbread

Winter Wonderland Hot Cocoa, Roasted Chestnut, First Snow

Romance Rose Petals, Champagne, Dark Chocolate

Fresh & Clean Lemongrass, Olive Blossom, Fresh Linen

Spa Day Cucumber, Lemongrass, Green Tea

Vacation Sea Breeze, Hawaiian Lei, Awapuhi

Coffee Shop Coffee Bean, Hazelnut, Chai Tea

Man Cave Straight Razor, Leather, Mahogany

High as a Kite Cannabis, Incense, Bag O' Cookies

New Born Baby Baby Powder, Baby Shampoo, First Blanket

50 Shades Leather, Vanilla Sex, Jasmine Bubbles

I chose Coffee Shop which included Coffee Bean, Hazelnut and Chai Tea. First of all, let me say that I loved the packaging. The small jars were a great size, and the label and black lid were a nice touch. These candles were a nice addition to my decor even when they weren't lit.  

I am very picky about scents, but I'm also very picky about quality when it comes to candles. I get very irritated to smell a candle in a store, only to get it home, light it and not smell anything. I don't like overpowering candles either, but I do at least want to be able to smell the candle once I light it. 

I opened the lid to the Old Factory Gift Set, and I was not disappointed. I liked each of them. But the real test, how did they burn? 

Chai Tea and Hazelnut gave off the strongest scent - not too powerful but enough that I could get a nice hint of the smell. I was a little disappointed in the Coffee Bean as I would have liked for it to have been a little stronger, but it gave off a nice subtle scent which my husband enjoyed. 

All three candles burned without smoking, which was definitely an added bonus. Overall, I'm extremely pleased with the Old Factory Candle Gift Set, and I would definitely recommend them if you love candles or know someone who does. 

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Full Disclosure: I received products free of charge for the purpose of providing a review. My opinions are completely my own based on my experience.

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