For example, at Cire Trudon, wax and fragrance are mixed in small batches before the perfumed wax is carefully poured into candle holders. This is less efficient than concocting a big vat of unscented wax, machine-pouring all the candles, then injecting each with a fragrance, as is customary at most candle factories. But the injection method results in an uneven distribution of fragrance throughout the wax, and often leaves the bottom half of the candle completely unscented.
— Read more at Up in flames: how expensive can a candle get? at The Australian Financial Review.
Sadly, the article isn’t available if you haven’t paid for a subscription.
Well that’s weird because I did read it and I certainly don’t have a subscription.
I had the same issue and often do have this issue when clicking through a link here to certain subscription based periodicals. I tried clicking through the link in three different venues (Safari through iPad, Chrome through Android phone, and Chrome on desktop) and got the same subscription requirement message. However, I decided to try to google the article’s title and click through from the search results. That worked!
I’m on an iPad with Safari and Robins link works for me.
Strange it works for some and not others on the same browser.