Yankee candles: Fall scents

If you’ve read my last post you know how excited I am for fall. If you haven’t read it yet, CLICK HERE to see the reasons why I love it so much. If you have already read it, you know that scented candles is something I talked about.

I love candles that smell a little wood and that aren’t too sweet but more nature inspired. I was very curious to what the Yankee candles smell like, because I have never had any of them or even smelled them before. And because we don’t have a store nearby that sells them I looked online. It is hard to shop for candles online when you don’t know what they smell like. You take of spending all that money and you eventually don’t like the scents. That is why I wanted to be a little smarter.

If you know Yankee you know they have the smaller candles which are more like samples. They are the votive samplers that burn for 15 hours. The cool thing about them is that you can buy a bunch of them and eventually spend the same amount of money on 6 as you would on just one candle. And if you really like them you can always order a bigger candle.

So that is what I did. I ordered a few votive samplers and I am happy I did. They have so many scents, it is almost overwhelming. You can find all of them one their website . The ones I got are:

I’ve been burning the Ebony & Oak one and it smells like pine cones and the woods. It is so nice, and I can’t wait to burn the other ones as well. I am definitely ordering more in the future.

Let me know if you love the Yankee Candles as much as I do. What are your favorite scents and which ones should I really get? I’d like to know!



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