Fragrance explanation - When
reviewing scent descriptions, sometimes there is terminology that you
may not know. here is a quick overview of what some of the descriptions
- Fragrance Notes: is really just a fancy way for descriptors of scents that you smell when you light a candle. Typically, these notes will fall into one of 3 groups, top notes, middle notes, and bottom notes. Every scented lit candle you experience is built using artfully crafted combination of top, middle, and bottom scent notes.
- Top Notes: These are the first notes you sense
when you smell a candle or perfume. These notes open up the candle
fragrance. Normally they consist of fresh, light, and citrusy scents. Top notes are the
fragrance oils that have the smallest molecules and evaporate
the fastest. In candles, these notes are the first aromatic experience of a
candle’s scent throw.
- Middle Notes: Middle notes are sometimes referred to as “heart
notes”, which is the middle notes of a fragrance. They are more
complex and full bodied than top notes. Most of the time they tend to be
the superstar of a
fragrance blend, providing balance and harmony to enhance the top or
bottom notes. Some popular middle notes are classic floral, light
fruits, berries, and spicy scents.
- Bottom Notes: Bottom
notes are the heavier, longer lasting scents that are often made of
larger molecules. Think heavier scents like vanilla, woodsy, amber, or
These bottom notes bring a balance to a blend by balancing out the
scent profile and rounding
out the experience.
are so many scent names out there it is hard to keep them all straight
sometimes. With over 75 scent options that we offer here are Krazy
Kandle it can be a bit overwhelming. We have separated scents out for
you in a few main categories to make it easier to pick your favorite
scent or try out a new one. If you are looking for a special scent feel free to reach out to us and we will see what is available!