The Tarah Jade brand is known for its boutique fashion houses offering an assortment of distinguished apparel, unique accessories, and personal beauty products drawing upon earth’s natural elements to inspire fresh fashion. Specializing in cool, comfortable, and breezy light materials, Tarah Jade takes an organic approach to style that speaks to fine living with essentials designed to bring out the best in you.
Tarah Jade recently introduced their new collection of Aroma Candles with 15 scents such as French Tobacco, Tomato Leaf, Madagascar and Black Fig and Asian Pear which is the fragrance I chose for my product. My first impression of the candle was great, I love its clean, minimalist design, allows it to be placed in any room and blend in with the decor. The jar is lightly frosted, I love that it has a woodwick and the candle smelled amazing even before it was lit. Tarah Jade advertises that the candle has a burn time of around 50 hours, I found our burn time to be lower, closer to around 40 hours. Just like when the candle was not lit, the scent was also amazing when it was lit. We placed ours on the island in the kitchen and could smell it when in the kitchen and approaching it, but the scent could not be detected from the adjoining living room or dining room.
The ambiance provided by the woodwick is great as well because you get a nice flicker that you do not get with normal wicks. Tarah Jade candles are 10 oz. and priced at $30 which in my opinion is a little pricey for the size. If you are looking for a candle collection that offers unique scents such as Noche Cubana, Black Amber of Volcano then Tarah Jade has a candle that is perfect for you, plus these would make awesome Christmas gifts and hostess gifts. Check out the full line of Tarah Jade candles today in one of their retail stores or they can also be purchased through their online store and be sure to show them some love on facebook and YouTube.
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