Fall Hayride - Capture the bouncy autumn spirit of a crisp harvest hayride.
I probably would not have ever chosen this scent on my own because I usually just don't go for grass or hay type scents. My sister bought it for me though, and it's always funny how gifts open your eyes to new things. Turns out I really liked this scent! I really wish there was a better scent description, because this is going to be difficult to explain. While there is a sort of hay or grass note, it's not strong or that 'dry harsh' that I associate with such scents. There is something bright in this, an almost sweet note that I wondered might be apple but when I close my eyes and try to detect apple, I don't find it. This is definitely and 'outdoor' scent, but I don't know how to describe it.
This is a 4 oz. candle and as we found with Glade's winter candles last Christmas, they smell great but don't burn evenly. After burning this a couple times we did have to play with it, push some edges down to help it achieve a more even burn. There was a lot of tunneling right off the bat. I was surprised how strong the scent throw was though! I came home from work Saturday evening and could smell this immediately upon coming in the back door, and that's the opposite end of the house from where hubby had this burning. I found the whole house was bathed in this lovely fall scent. For as far as it traveled, it was not overwhelming. It was like a perfect strength, easily noticeable but not at all overwhelming.
I do wish Glade could work out the tunneling issue in these candles though.