Universally, Hufflepuff candles are cake-scented. Maybe there’s some bread in there, some cookies, but it is always baked goods. ALWAYS. (I said that one in Snape’s disappointed voice.) Thank unicorns, this one is honey. Oh, and not just any honey. This honey does not come in a plastic bear squeezy bottle. This is the kind of honey that you accidentally eat half of and then wonder where it all went the next time you make tea. (Which reminds me... I need to get more honey...) It is still a sweet scent, as are all the other Hufflepuffian candles, but this one makes sense, too. House Colors: yellow and black. Like bees. Like honey bees. House Animal: badger. Anyone hear of honey badgers? I totally have. So this one is so much better than the rest as it isn’t based on proximity of the common room to the kitchens. Still very sweet, though. It needs something... us Hufflepuffs are complex, darn it! I always thought I’d be placed in Ravenclaw, as I am smart and enjoy learning and I really enjoy the way that you get into their common room. If I went to the esteemed school, and I found out how Ravenclaws get into their tower when all we gotta do is, like, tap the right spot, I would be forced to file a complaint. Directly to the headmaster. And then I’d try to get into Ravenclaw tower every day. After getting in, I’d probably just turn around and leave, though. Back to the candle! Scent is very strong, could smell it through the USPS packaging. It arrived quicker than expected. I looked up when it was going to ship only to see that it had been delivered. So that was awesome. Basically, Frostbeard Studio nailed it in every way possible.