Country Kettle Corn Wax Melts – Better Homes and Gardens
by Christina Rylan
Brand: Better Homes and Gardens
Scent: Country Kettle Corn
Type: 2.5oz Clamshell Melts
Available at Walmart Stores
I had first heard about Country Kettle Corn from a long standing Candlefind member who is absolutely obsessed with this scent so I’ve been on the hunt ever since to get my hands on some.
Let me just say, it is not an easy one to find.
Either Walmart doesn’t stock it often or Better Homes releases it periodically, or, people are on to how amazing it is and it sells out instantly… take your pick… it’s one of those three. All I know is when I finally found some and smelled it, I totally understood why people are going crazy over it. It’s AMAZING!!!! I swear, it smells exactly like the real deal…. buttery kettle corn. Exactly! You can smell everything, especially the buttery notes and oh my goodness… your mouth will water when you smell this one. It’s that good!
I used the entire clamshell pack (3 cubes each) in 2 electric melters in my great room. Once I popped those babies in… it took minutes to start noticing the scent and after a good ten minutes… full room saturation. This fragrance is too DIE for and I can absolutely say this is – without a doubt – the most authentic Kettle Corn scent I’ve ever smelled. You can smell it all… the popcorn, the salt, the butter, the sugar and all blended perfectly. What made this scent though was the buttery notes… mouthwatering!!!!!!
Highly recommend this scent to all bakery lovers if you can find it. And if you do, buy it all!! That’s what I’m going to do!
Overall Rating: 5/5
Have you tried Country Kettle Corn from Better Homes and Gardens? Review it with us. In the comment section below, review and star rate your experience… it’s easy!
Diana on 2016-06-30 21:08:22
Love it but can't find it anymore!? Walmart says its a limited edition, please bring it back!?
SO REALISTIC!!!!Aloura on 2016-06-19 22:52:56
If anyone knows where to find these melts, please let me know. It really is one of the most realistic popcorn scents I've ever smelled. It's amazing and I can't find it anymore. Why do they do that?