This is the conversation I had with myself upon cold sniffing Pink Sugar Milk from a Candles From The Keeping Room sampler a few months ago.
"Come on, Lauren, just try it...you might even like it!"
"Pink Sugar Milk from Candles From The Keeping Room...COME
ON! It'll be a slam dunk!"
"You like pink sugar, you like milk...what could be bad about it!?"
Milk smells and tastes good by itself...
...WARM MILK IS, WAS, AND WILL ALWAYS BE A BAD CHOICE.
Some people rave about
this scent, saying it is comforting*, sweet, inviting**....
(yeah, if by comforting* you mean 'vomitous' and inviting** you mean 'I will never go to your house again as long as I live...')
If you like "milky" scents, you will love this. Me, I am not a fan.
Candles From The Keeping Room's Pink Sugar Milk
Cold Rating: 5/10; mild milkiness masked by deceptively sweet pink sugar.
Lit Rating: 2.5/10; ugh. I thought the trash hadn't been taken out in days. I left and came back while this started and was greeted by such pleasant pink at the doorway, and such sourness in the bedroom. No. Just no.
Throw Rating: 5/10; it was unfortunately sort of strong, lingered a little ways out of the bedroom...
Overall Rating: 4/10; I really enjoy trying new and different scents for the fun of it. If you think this is weird, just wait and see what I have in store for you...