Fizzy, Fruity & Fun!
This tart will perk you right up! The bubbly, effervescent fragrance is so lively and fun. I smell mostly orange, grapefruit and a dash of peach to round it out. This tart had a medium throw for me and I will certainly repurchase this one. It smells just like the label-Aloha!
April 11, 2014
Couldn't smell it
I bought several new scents trying to find ones I like for Spring/Summer. I tried this one out today and for me it was a dud. I couldn't smell it unless I was leaning right over the warmer. I gave it an extra star since what little I could smell did smell good - kind of a peachy smell with a hint of what I think is grapefruit. I may try another tart while they are on sale to see if I just got a bad one since there are other reviews that say the throw was good.
April 6, 2014
When YC first introduced this scent, I knew I had to have it so I ordered it all the way from USA because YC Europe doesn't carry this one. And I'm glad I did because I love it! It's stronger than Citrus Tango and it also lasts longer, so it quicky became my favorite. Although the product description mentiones peach and vanilla, I couldn't really detect them because the dominant scent is sunny orange combined with some sweet exotic fruit. Perfect if you're looking for a scent which will make you feel awake and full of energy! For everyone who likes fresh sunny citrusy scents, this one is a must try. I love it, I love it, I LOVE IT! <3
April 5, 2014
Luau Party- A Fuzzy Navel Wine cooler - Party On!
As soon as I saw that this had orange in it I had to try it, as I adore the smell of orange. This does not disappoint. After burning for about 10 minutes my whole kitchen and family room was filled with this wonderfully familiar fragrance that I couldn’t put my finger on. Then it came to me- it smells exactly like a fuzzy navel wine cooler. The peach scent is the most dominant, much stronger than “Juicy Peach” and the orange fizz is the undertone scent. It’s a strong, yet very pleasing scent. A perfect mixing! This is a wonderfully fresh, fruity, clean scent and has an amazing throw- I burnt half of the tart and could smell it within about a 20 foot radius! Party on!!
April 4, 2014
LOVE IT! LOVE IT! LOVE IT! I FEEL LIKE I'M IN AN ORANGE ORCHARD WHEN I'M BURNING THEM.
April 2, 2014
I wish I could eat it!
When Luau Party first came out I was reluctant to buy it. I'm not super into fruity scents, I have to be in the mood for them. I received the spring catalog and was intrigued when I smelled the scratch and sniff of it. I decided, what the hey, I'll give a Tart a shot. I've got to say, I'm pleasantly surprised. It smells so good I wish I could eat it! It's similar to Bahama Breeze in terms of the refreshing sweet lusciousness. The top notes are definitely a fizzy refreshing orange, like soda pop, but you do get a hit of peach. I think the vanilla just lends a creamy note, as it isn't overtly vanilla-y. It reminds me of those ice creams from the 80s, Buried Treasure, only replace the pineapple with peach. You can't help but feel transported to a tropical beach vacation, and a little bit nostalgic!
In terms of scent throw it's fairly strong. Some nice complimentary scents to burn in adjacent rooms would be Bahama Breeze (which I'm doing right now, and it's fruity fabulous), Coconut & Vanilla Bean, Golden Sands, or Sun & Sand. Drinks on the beach anyone?
March 22, 2014
I always try new scents by purchasing a tart before spending the big $$. I notice I'm the only one with unfavorable review. Seems I have no luck with any scent that contains vanilla in it.
March 22, 2014
Fruity orange soda!
I found this tart to be strong. It was stronger than Citrus Tango. Luau Party quickly filled many rooms with the scent of sweet orange. The orange scent does smell like soda or an orange slushy. The peach and vanilla scents weren't really detectable, I just smelled a tropical fruit scent. It was really good and sweet. Where Citrus Tango smells zesty and light, Luau Party smells sugary and lucious. Great for any time you want to bring the tropics home to you!
March 6, 2014