Asda Red Berry Scented Tealights Reviews
Product Type: Asda household products
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Candles
Newest Review: ... these to Ikea's tea light candles i would prefer these candles (Asda). As these actually have a fragrance when lit (one by ... more
Customer Asda Red Berry Scented Tealights Reviews (3)
by - written on 26/11/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
These lovely berry scented pack of 50 small tea light candles were definitely what i wanted. And i love the smell of berries and tropical scents! In this review i will be pointing out some of the main info about these small tea light candles. And also sharing my views and comparing these to Ikea's small tea lights too! PRODUCT This pack has 50 candles included. And has a delightful berry scent. That is extremely strong and long lasting. These candles are packed neatly and orderly. And put in a tight plastic bag to keep them in their place. The metallic casing of each mini tea light is lovely and the perfect size. The casing finishes of the small tea ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I still have a few of my Asda Red Berry Scented tea lights left over from last Christmas. I love candles of all descriptions and during the festive season in particular, I like to use scented candles and red ones are usually my first choice as I think they can look really rich and Christmassy. I bought a pack of fifty little tea lights from my local Asda George store and these cost me £4, which I think is actually a pretty reasonable price to pay. During the Christmas holidays I used quite a lot of these berry tea lights and I placed them all around my fireplace on the hearth. They gave off a really pretty, warm and lovely inviting glow and made the room ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/13 (Very useful, 30 readings)
I am a big fan of candles - especially scented tealights and I always like to have them in the house, to either light in the lounge or just to use as room scenters. I bought a bumper pack of 50 berry scented tealights in Asda recently for £4. I thought this was an OK price, it works out at about 8p per candle - very reasonable when you look at it like that. As soon as I opened the shrink packed wrapper, I could smell the strong berry smell (quite strawberry and raspberry like) coming from the unlit candles. The first thing I did was to distribute some of the candles around the house- just in little blocks of three candles dotted around on various windowsills ... Read the complete review
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