This is my favorite candle from Frostbeard Studio! The combination of scents is really great, the bonfire and evergreen go together perfectly! It may be summer, but I'll keep burning this candle anyway (winter is coming, right?).
More Mance Rayder than Winterfell
This candle is great but it reminded me of the line from Mance Rayder when he told Jon he would light a fire like the North has never seen more than making me feel like I was at Winterfell. I think it's because the scent of bonfire is so strong (unlit). Once the candle is lit though, the aroma is not as strong and does give you that feeling of warming up in the cold North. Not terrible, but probably wouldn't get again just based on preference.
Perfect for winter
My two favorite winter candles are Winter Keep and Christmas In the Great Hall because they’re not the typical sweet scents (which I do like) but they have a fresh, winter foliage scent. When I open Winter Keep, I’m greeted with snowy mountainsides and crisp air with the smoke of a campfire nearby. Once again, Frostbeard is insanely accurate with their scent descriptions. It smells like coniferous trees covered in snow balanced perfectly with the smell of a bonfire. I’m OBSESSED with this scent and am tempted to burn it even during warm months but it really does belong in winter. I don’t get snow where I live so I experience the ambience through this scent. And it has a great throw to it so it fills my bedroom quickly. I burn it while playing Skyrim :)
Very good candle, pricy imports.
Really like this candle, high quality good smell, lovely presentation.
As a special gift it was everything i expected.
But I'll warn any potential buyer if your outside the US the price will take a small jump with the shipping, and dependent on your nation check for custom on outside goods.
I'd still recommend it.
The Candle I Wanted to Last Forever
This smell is perfect. The smokiness blends with that evergreen smell and the result is pure joy. It smells like camping under the stars in the summertime, long bonfires with friends, and walking through the woods after a first snowfall.