Yankee Candle Launches New Autumn Collection Inspired By Campfires
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We're always amazed by Yankee's ability to bring us new delicious scents year-on-year (honestly, how do they keep coming up with new ranges?!) and the candle brand is back at it again.
Yankee's latest collection is themed around the joy of campfires, with four new scents based on that undeniably comforting burning wood musk.
It's set to be a major hit with outdoorsy types those who love crackling summer campfires as much as they love logs burning in the depths of winter - the perfect autumn collection, you could say!
First up is 'Warm & Cosy', which offers basically all the feels you want from a candle in its name alone.
Give the candle a sniff and your initial impression (the top note) will fill your nose with balsam, peppermint, eucalyptus, while the body of the scent (the middle note) will give you cashmere, cedarwood and golden amber.
Finally, for the final impression (the base), you'll note patchouli, lit firewood and musk. This one is sure to make you feel like you're deep in a forest.
Your base notes will be made up of frankincense, patchouli and cedarwood. Holy moly that sounds good. How good does that sound?
Another new offering is 'Crisp Campfire Apples'. Give this a whiff and you'll be hit with top notes of apple, clove and mandarin leaf, while a deeper smell with give you middle notes of cinnamon stick and oak leaves.
Your final impression will be of tonka and blonde woods.
Finally, 'Pecan Pie Bites' is based on a favourite autumnal snack. Burn this and you'll be hit with top notes of cinnamon leaf, burnt sugar, raw hone and mid notes of white hazelnut, pecan and dark chocolate.
Your final impression will be of clove, oak wood and smoked cedar. This is surely the most delicious of them all?
All of the candles are available on Amazon for £23.99 with free delivery for a large size which will give you 150 hours of gorgeous campfire burning.
There's nothing better than sitting by a crackling, hissing campfire and now we can finally bring that smell into our homes. Gimme.