See? I had to give my review a title, so I gave it “Sir”. Yeah. Sorry. Couldn’t come up with anything.
Ahem. The candle in question! I adore it. It has a fruity scent that is quite delightful. (I could’ve said “that is my cup of tea.” But I didn’t! I would have hated myself for it. Yet, I wrote it in the review anyway. Albeit in a different context. Therefore I don’t hate myself, but my self-esteem has really suffered. Also because of the grammar I am so willfully abusing. Sorry, commas.)
Okay, so it is fruity in a berry sort of way, but not sweet, nor is it sour. The driftwood and the juniper keep the fruit in check and balance it out. Well, it is supposed to be a “black currant tea” scent, but my untrained nose fails to pick up the “tea” part of the “black currant tea”. Maybe I’m simply unable to smell hot water. Thus, it just remains undrinkable “black currant”. Which is perfectly fine because of the driftwood and the juniper.
Okay, so I’ll admit this review has gone down a rabbit hole. I shall state this simply: I adore this scent. I can’t say that it reminds me of The Doctor or The TARDIS, but it is as comforting as a Doctor Who marathon. (Ten and Donna, ftw!) Oh! It just occurred to me that this candle kind of reminds me of Rory! Rory The-Last-Centurion Williams Pond! Sigh. I want a Rory. I’m so glad I bought this candle, though. Thank you guys for bringing it back!