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Kitchen Spice™

Tarts® wax melts

Up to 8 Hours of Fragrance
Item #1218407
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About This Fragrance
This modern blend of sweet orange, clove, ginger and cinnamon is a new take on pantry favorites.
About Tarts® wax melts
Simply place in a Tarts® wax melts warmer (never add water) and light an unscented tea light below, or use one of our electric warmers. As the wax melts, the fragrance is released. Mix and match scents to create your own personal aroma blends.
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Kitchen Spice™ 4.6 5 25 25
Autumn Goodness I just had to try these, and they were awesome. This is certainly some of the warmest Yankee scents I have burned and it's lovely. I can't see myself using this any other time of year than Autumn, such a warm scent for a chilly day! Bring this one back! February 25, 2014
Kitchen spice is one of my new favorites. Love this fragrance. Makes the whole house smell delicious. Hope this is not a scent that will be discontinued. February 3, 2014
Spicy kitchen feel I love Kitchen Spice! It fills my whole house of fresh baking. I love the way the spices smell yummy and not too sweet. January 18, 2014
The Best This candle has the most fragrant and nicest smell of them all. everyone loved the way they made my house smell I ended up buying more for my relatives and friends! January 3, 2014
Love the clove... It's the classic combination of fall and winter spices. The clove really pulls it all together. A little weak on the throw, but still a great fragrance. December 1, 2013
Spicey! I don't have much to say about this scent other than it makes the house smell like fall/winter and the throw is good. Not too strong, but not too weak. November 2, 2013
The Nose Knows Although the strength of the scent in this tart doesn't last a full 8 hours, more like 5 hours and for that time the throw is excellent! When burned by itself, the scent isn't too over-powering, it is just right but the orange notea do burn off first, normal for citrus fragrances. This is hubby's fav. I find Kitchen Spice really shines when mixed in part with other scented tarts. Mixed with Pumpkin Pie, it punches up the spice notes. Mixed with Juicy Peach, you have spiced peaches. Another great combo is mixed with Vanilla Cupcake or Christmas Cookie; the combo remind me of a yummy spice cake baking away in the oven. Sometimes, I mix a 3-parter and add some Cinnamon Stick. For more orange notes, half it with Orange Dreamsicle. And the list goes on. Such a pleasant mix of spices. Wish YC would make available in fragrance oil. September 24, 2013
Stinky Let me say im get headaches from certain smell and this one gave me a headache it smells like burnt hair or something it has a light cinnamon smell but it stinks.Ill stick to apple pumpkin,spiced pumpkin and harvest welcome for fall. September 24, 2013
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