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7 Best Voluspa Candle Scents and Styles

Ranked The Best Voluspa Candle Scents

I find myself drawn to them as soon as I step in any shop that has them.

Voluspa is one of the bigger brands that you find on display in a lot of places and their candles have always been quite alluring.

It’s with pleasure that I go through and smell them all and share my top 7 favorite Voluspa scents with you today!

As an extra, I will also share my thoughts on the different style varieties that most of these scents come in. I do have a preference and I will share why in this post. So check that out at the bottom.

Now back to the fun stuff.

Candle Junkies Top 7 Best Voluspa Candle Scents

  1. Baltic Amber

    Notes: Amber resin, sandalwood, vanilla orchid

    A great scent for those that like vanilla/spiced candle scents. Subtle but elegant.

    Find this candle on Nordstrom
  2. Goji Tarocco Orange

    Notes: Goji berry, ripe mango, tarocco orange

    This one is a favorite that we’ve previously mentioned on the blog before. It’s a best seller from Voluspa and is one that I’ve found to please everyone.

    Find this candle on Amazon
  3. French Cade Lavender

    Notes: French cade wood, verbena, Bulgarian lavender

    Also mentioned on the blog before! French Cade Lavender is sophisticated, calming, and with a nice natural fragrance to it.

    Find this candle on Amazon
  4. Santiago Huckleberry

    Notes: Ripe huckleberry, vanilla, crushed sugar cane

    I recommend these kind of scents often. No shame! This one has a nice balance from the vanilla and sugar cane though making it stand apart from the usual fruity scents.

    Find this candle on Amazon
  5. Crane Flower

    Notes: Birds of paradise nectar, ripe grapefruit, geranium, lavender

    Lightly floral and heavy on the freshness. I love candles that can do floral scents well. This is one of them.

    Find this candle on Amazon
  6. Saijo Persimmon

    Notes: Persimmon, peach, red currant.

    This one is for those that love citrusy scents but more on the clean and subtle side rather then powerful and overwhelming.

    Find this candle on Amazon
  7. Moso Bamboo

    Notes: Moso bamboo, black musk, Japanese currant

    A great option for those that enjoy a little woodiness in their fragrances.

    Find this candle on Amazon

Our Favorite Voluspa Product Styles

For those that like glass jar candles

Out of the five or so different glass jar styles that Voluspa has I find the single wick large jars to be the best. For a couple of reasons.

voluspa single wick
Voluspa single wick glass jars

The narrow jar opening, paired with the depth of these containers seems to allow the inside of the jar to heat up a bit more, which helps prevent candle tunneling.

Second, when the flame burns down inside these jars, I love the glow that they give off. I find the look of candles to be important and this style has it!

For those that like the tin candles

While the tin style doesn’t have as many options as the glass, it still has a favorite from me. It is the 3 wick, wide mouthed tins.

voluspa 3 wick candle

The triple wicks on these helps the wax burn evenly and the wide surface area seems to help give the candle more fragrance throw. Simple as that.

For those that have spare cash

The 3 wick tin candles have great scent throw but it doesn’t really compare to what the massive 5 wick glass candles can produce.

giant voluspa candle
The giant 5 wick Voluspa candle

These are by no means cheap. You are however, getting more candle for your money.

Basically, if you break it down to cost per ounce you are actually paying less per ounce with these giant candles than you are with the smaller ones.

So you are actually getting more wicks, more wax, more fragrance throw for less money per ounce.

I get it. It still might not justify paying $150+ on a single candle. However, if you have the money, it might be the better option.

Thanks for checking out the post! We hope it helped you in some way, shape, or form.

What is your favorite candle from Voluspa? Let us know in the comments below!

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  • Reply David Campbell May 28, 2019 at 4:46 am

    Good article those interested for candles scent. Thanks for your explanation

  • Reply Jewelry Candles September 20, 2019 at 12:06 pm

    Great article as usual about voluspa candle scents and style, Thanks for spending time here.

  • Reply lynda May 18, 2020 at 3:38 am

    The large voluspa candles cost almost $500 here in Australia 🙁

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