I couldn't smell it after burning it for two hours, unless I was right beside it. Even after closing the door to the medium sized bedroom it was in, it didn't improve. I suggest trying a different fruity scent with a better reviewed throw.
September 26, 2013
smells great when you first open it (like Trix cereal)
After being lit for just a short while, it begins to have no aroma at all. Maybe it is too old? I was so bummed b/c like I said, it smelled so good when I first opened it.
May 20, 2013
I can't believe how well this smells just like lemon cake mix with a touch of vanilla cake throw and I wish you can make this in a big jar !!! Overall this is a great scent ........
May 17, 2013
Beautiful, Bright Lemony Cake!
Yankee--why isn't this produced year-round? I've complained about (and so have others!) that your scents are getting weak. This Lemon Cake candle says otherwise, friends.
On cold scent, its bright lemon zest, creamy vanilla icing, and at the very back a tiny hint of cool toasted coconut. When lit, the throw is superb and the scents blend together a light more tightly: the lemon is no longer as bright (or cleaner-like) but is making the vanilla (which can sometimes be too strong in candles) more playful and tart. The coconut makes this really smell like cake, the toasted nature of the cake as it bakes.
I don't like the Red Velvet cake candle at all, nor the Banana Pudding. Why not bring back this Lemon Cake and do a Coconut Cake, too (with a tiny bit of lemon zest at the end) to play off of each other?
May 15, 2013