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I have to sleep with a quilt, Buffy Breeze keeps me cool


I consider myself a fairly good sleeper, as long as my bedroom is quiet, dark, cool and has a bed with a fluffy quilt.It's midnight, 90 degrees, 90% humidity doesn't matter, I want to snuggle under the clouds I made, I don't want to feel a drop of sweat.That's why, after hearing the 145th podcast AD for Buffy Breeze Comforter ($219), I was the game to give it a try.



My favorite podcasts brag that this blanket feels like any winter heavyweight, but because it's made from 100% eucalyptus stuffing, it won't capture the heat like polyester or down.It is also made from recycled thread and feels cool, with a eucalyptus fibre shell that regulates temperature.So much for that.This blanket is for the down carpet stalwarts who can't give up the comfortable feeling...Even in July.



When my Breeze Comforter box arrived, I was surprised. It felt heavy.Like, I wonder if I accidentally ordered a weighted blanket.But when I opened up the minimalist packaging -- hats off to Buffy, even in that category -- I didn't see a weighted blanket, just an ultra-thin duvet.In fact, it's actually a fairly thin blanket, but I can confirm that its wavy quilt detail looks as cool as it does on Instagram.(It also helps to keep the down in place, fYI.)The thin outline of the blanket has also proved to be a benefit of tucking it into the down quilt cover;Once I tie the four rings and shake the lid over them, the whole process is easier than my oversized winter duvet.Sure, my bed doesn't look as perfect as one covered with four-inch down feathers, but that's to be expected from a thinner blanket.



So, on my first night, by the way, how did the daffodil blanket fare without air-conditioning and with only one fan in the room?Still, I had to dance in and out for comfort, but once I did, I dozed off, slept through the night and woke up feeling cool (and not sweating).Yes, there is no overheating.A few nights later, when it was time to turn on the air conditioner for the first time, the comforter settled in.



Still, feeling is more than just sleeping under the sheets. That's what I learned before puffing on the bed.Daffodil is still a blanket, and the eucalyptus stuffing does make you feel warm, but it doesn't burn.Especially if, like me, you sleep on the top of a feather mattress, which is known to trap a little extra heat.



But here's something: I can actually see myself using this blanket all year round, not just during the summer months.When layered with cozy cashmere or wool, it's warm enough deep in winter, and it's sure to be my favorite place throughout the fall.While I don't like Buffy's suggestion to take it to the dry cleaner (because it's sure to cost a fortune), the fact that the blanket is made in a sustainable way does, literally, help me sleep better at night.



So if you're looking for a life-changing blanket that feels like you're sleeping in an air conditioner on the hottest day of the year, this isn't it.However, if you are looking for a lightweight duvet that works every season, is environmentally friendly and comfortable AF and won't make you sweat in your sleep, Buffy is it.Have a nice dream

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Novokart launches folding bike, Ireland embraces cycling.
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