I look forward to the days that I have a reason to light the Febreze Pumpkin Harvest & Fall candle. When lit and given some time to burn, this candle gives off a truly delightful aroma that just seems to spread a warmth through the room. The candle itself gives off very little heat, of course, but there is clearly something about the scents of cinnamon, pumpkin and vanilla that can make a room seem more comfortable and inviting, at least, to me. Those aforementioned three scents are all given off by this colorful orange and brown candle. The candle comes in a transparent glass jar that I find to be stylish and attractive, although unfortunately, once I am done with the candle and it cannot burn any longer, I cannot just re-use the glass jar by purchasing a refill kit or anything like that since Febreze does not offer anything along those lines. Aside from that minor complaint, I do very much like lighting one of these candles because of the rich and relaxing scent that it gives off.
The cinnamon scent is the most prominent of the three. It is the scent I and others first notice when walking into the room. The cinnamon scent is rich, but fortunately not too rich to the point where the scent becomes bothersome. Too strong of a scent can be distracting and unpleasant, and a good scented candle is one that is moderately noticeable and tends to stay in the background. Pumpkin is mixed in with the cinnamon and although it is not as intense, the scent of pumpkin is still pretty pleasant and reminds me of a homemade pumpkin pie that is being cooked in the oven. The pumpkin scent and cinnamon scent compliment each other quite nicely and the pumpkin in particular sometimes succeeds in making me a little hungry for a piece of warm pumpkin pie. The third scent that is given off by this candle is the vanilla scent. The vanilla scent is what makes the overall aroma given off by this candle sweet. The sweetness that hovers around in the air hits me after the cinnamon and pumpkin scents, sort of like an after scent that comes forward after the cinnamon and pumpkin scents have been noticed. Although the sweetness of the vanilla scent can at first seem a bit overpowering, I tend to adjust to it just fine after a few moments. The three scents work together quite splendidly in my opinion and do a superb job of spicing up the air in a room.
The Febreze Pumpkin Harvest & Fall candles are supposed to provide thirty hours of seasonal scent. I have never actually kept track of how many times I have lit a particular candle or marked down how long I let a certain candle burn for, but I do think the candles last about as long as they are supposed to. One candle costs close to six dollars, but I think the price tag is justified considering how the candle helps to make a room seem more warm and pleasant to be in. The three scents really do fill up a room nicely and all three are very pleasant to take in. The three scents actually can be kind of relaxing. I am real happy with this candle and autumn would not feel quite right if I did not have one of these candles to light on special days like Thanksgiving or even on the occasional average day.