Celebrate the freedom to read with this candle inspired by one of the most classic censorship stories of all time. The temperature at which paper burns, 451°F is a warm, smoky scent with autumnal spicey notes.
I really liked 451* and I wish they still carried it. Yankee used to have a 2x4 scent which turned me on the to more woodsy/tree type smells. I was worried it would be over powering but was pleased it wasn't
Not very strong smell
Up close opening this candle it smelled good. When I burned it I couldn't really smell much from it except when I blew it out, then I would get the nutmeg. Good quality like every candle I've ordered, just not one I'd re-order.
Beautifully balanced and the smoke comes through without being overpowering. Excellent.
I love this one! I like to imagine a really big bonfire that isn’t burning books, but instead is perfect for hearing spooky stories. I’m really glad I got this one and I hope I can get it again in the fall! It’s really well balanced: not too woodsy, not too smoky, not too spicy. Just right. The kind of scent you luxuriate in and then drift into fantasies.
I had just finished reading both "The Library Book" (about epic fire at LA Public Library) and "Fahrenheit 451" so kinda had to buy this candle ;) It is excellent!