My favourite Winter Yankee Candles
‘Tis the season to get cosy and for me, I think it’s a necessity to have a good candle. My favourite kind are scented and Yankee Candle are without a doubt my favourite brand when it comes to a good smelling one to light and have such a cosy feeling to them. I’ve narrowed down my top five Wintery Yankee Candles to share with you to inspire your seasonal scents.
Candy Cane Lane
This sweet scent has a delicious aroma of peppermint mixed with hints of cookies and vanilla icing, making it a treat for all sweet-tooths alike. The crimson red shade of the wax also blends in with the typical Christmas colours giving the perfect cosy glow.
This one isn’t part of Yankee’s Christmas collection, but it’s definitely a gorgeous winter flavour. The stunning scent consists of berry notes including fresh berries and pomegranate. It reminds me of some Winter cooking going on during a cosy evening. It really brings the room to life and making your mouth water a slight.
Snow In Love
This is a gorgeous fresh scent full of minty and wood notes, reminding me of a crisp cold Winter’s walk through a forest. Though a Christmas candle, I think this is perfect for the months of January and February, too for that freshness to fill your home.
Another sweet scent, but not in the candy way is Sparkling Cinnamon. It’s a pungent aroma but isn’t overpowering. Cinnamon is definitely a winter classic scent, so I think it’s a perfect choice for this time of year. We always have a cinnamon scent starting at around the end of October because it really gets us in the mood.
Red Apple Wreath
This is a delightful Christmas scent, with the aroma of spiced apples and a slight hint of pine, which I really think is the ideal December aroma for getting the final preparation for the big celebration.
What are your favourite seasonal scents? What about your ultimate Yankee Candle? Leave a comment below as I always love to try new flavours!
Jazz is a Disney, tea and pop culture enthusiast with a passion for blogging. Also a proud introvert.