Christmas Candles: Let Your House Smell of Jolly
It's never too early to invite the Christmas spirits over. This year start with beautiful winter scents captured in Yankee Candles.
The smell is the sense most closely linked to memory. It's no surprise that most people who look back on childhood Christmases recall the sweet smell of cinnamon or the scent of fresh pine better than all the gifts and Christmas trees.
Let that Christmas spirits in your home with lighting a candle. We decided to help you choose one (or all of them if you want), so we created a list of the most popular Christmas candles at Clintons. We bet you'll enjoy them as much as we do.
Top Yankee Candle Christmas Candles
It's impossible to talk about Christmas candles without mentioning the Yankee Candle. People love them as they are long-lasting, made with natural essential oils and natural fibres. Also, you can always stick to your fav combinations or try out new scents.
Try out these ones to create a Xmas atmosphere.
The Yankee Candle Cinnamon Stick is like Christmas in a jar. All you have to do is open and light it to unleash the festive aroma of earthy cinnamon with a hint of cloves and cardamom.
Its wax is made from premium-grade paraffin, and its wick hand straightened from 100% natural fibre, delivering a consistent and clear burn from start to finish.
Essential oils of the highest quality create the distinctive smell of cinnamon. Each jar guarantees 110 to 150 hours of instant Christmas spirit.
The sweet smell of black cherries belongs to spring, that's true. But, a lot of us share a memory of a special Christmas dessert - the Black Forest Trifle prepared with canned cherries. Even canned, this fruit has a pleasant aroma. No wonder that this is one of the most popular Yankee Candle Christmas scents.
The Black Cherry Yankee candle comes in the bigger classic jar or the smaller tumbler. Both are housed in 100% recyclable glass and guaranteed to deliver the indulgent scent of ripe black cherries.
3. Christmas Eve
Christmas Eve is the culmination of weeks and even months of Christmas preparations, and one of the most anticipated days of the whole season. It's hard to imagine a scent that can capture its essence, but Yankee Candle’s Christmas Eve comes pretty close.
It's one of the most popular Christmas scents, and for good reason. It smells of a warm hearth, sugared plums, and candied fruits – symbols of traditional Christmas celebration.
The top note gives hints of orange, almond, lime, and lemon. After five to fifteen minutes, the scents of red berry, cinnamon, and nutmeg become noticeable. After 20 to 60 minutes, it leaves the impressions of vanilla, cream praline, and other Christmas scents.
Do you know how it smells after sledding? If you're lucky enough to have memories from this frosty childhood activity you know that it's a combination of melted snow and all the warm drinks that are waiting for you once you come in from outside.
After Sledding Yankee candle is a blend of Maple Toffee, Cinnamon
Salted Caramel Brûlée, Nutmeg, Vanilla Bean and Maple Drizzle scents.
5. Winter Wonder
Winter Wonder is a dazzling mix of sparkling wine scent, citrus, vanilla, and silver balsam. Its top note leaves hints of frozen lemon and frost air, while the main body smells of silver balsam and sparkling wine accord. The lasting base scent it leaves is that of sheer musk and vanilla.
It's the closest you will get to recreating the smells of a Christmas fair at home.
As with all Yankee Christmas candles, the Winter Wonder is available in their signature classic jar that is convenient and easy to handle. The materials used are of the highest quality, from the paraffin wax to the lead-free wick.
You're at Home, Let Christmas in Every Day
2020. isn't a year that any of us expected. We're at home much more than we ever thought we will be.
Turn that in your favour, make your house a happy place and prepare for the festive season.
Start by lighting scented Christmas candles.