Saturday, June 28, 2014

Swift & Supersonically Snappy Short Review #19: Candles from the Keeping Room's Cedarwood Vanilla

The only redeeming value of summer is the nice, long nights, which are perfect for nice, long bonfires in the backyard. In fact, we're getting ready to have one right now! ;)
The strong cedar aroma tones down with sweet vanilla Celtic Moonspice...a wonderfully fragrant blend of warm spices, cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg. Gives you that warm home & hearth feeling, like a cozy cottage with a fireplace on a cold snow evening.
Candles from the Keeping Room's Cedarwood Vanilla
Cold Rating6.5/10
Lit Rating: 8/10
Throw Rating8/10
Overall Rating8/10; an unexpected favorite as of recently. Very lovely tart! Excellent throw, stellar scent, extremely pleasant. Not even necessary for fall/winter. Vanilla-y Celtic Moonspice toning down the cedarwood makes this super smooth and uber fragrant, yet spicy and delicious. Realizing I like cedarwood, which is weird. Perfect scent descriptions a la Carol. Wanting to make a spice cake or pumpkin cookies. Missing all of the CFTKR openings since October last year. Not needing any more damn wax but wanting to BUY ALL THE THINGS!!! Remnants of fall. The Fall Slut, omg, have you checked out Deb's blog lately? I CRIED, so funny!!!


  1. This one sounds awesome!!! I am glad it was so great! Never would have thought to combine cedar wood and Celtic moon spice. I miss CFTKR too. Have a fun bonfire tonight :-)

    1. It's really nice, I thought of you while melting because I thought you might like it! Hopefully you get some CFTKR soon! :)

  2. omg... this scent sounds amazing!! another one, along with Full Moon, goes on my must buy list ;)

    Love your swift & supersonicly snappy short reviews, Lauren <3

    1. LYNDA! Where have you been!? I have missed your comments! <3

      I hope you get to order this one, it's delicious. Thanks for your kind words!

    2. HI Lauren!! I've been hiding in my wax closet.. lol


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