Scent is often a really personal thing. Being a scent snob myself, I detest most candles. But what I detest more is lighting a candle that doesn't make a dent in the room's existing aroma. Especially the expensive candles that fail to provide any fragrance outside of a few inch diameter. Alas, the cure to both problems: Seda France's French Tulip candle. EVERYONE loves the smell, and it actually lingers, long after the flame is blown out. This is one of the staple products that I get on Amazon, because I can't stomach the disappointment of going to a store where it isn't carried. Which happens a lot. What does this mysterious "French Tulip" smell like? I can't put my finger on it, but imagine a really clean take on floral. Do yourself a favor, and smell it for yourself. Your home, guests, and overall mood will thank you.
Rx: If you're worried about flame safety, grab the room mist.