5 Holiday Candle Fragrances to Love This Season

5 Holiday Candle Fragrances to Love This Season

Holiday candles can have a range of fragrances, from sweet sugary vanilla to smokey tobacco. As we bundle up with the new season, we may want to bring in the scent of forest trees or berries. Here are our top 5-holiday candle fragrances to love this 2022 season.

1. Frasier Fir + Thyme

The signature, most-popular scent – for those who have a fake tree. Light this soy wax candle for the tradition of fresh-cut Fraiser trees topped with aromatic notes of herbaceous snaps of fresh thyme and a bit of festive apple and berry.

2. Bonfire + Spun Sugar

S’mores next to the fire – This scent will transport you to a cool night-sitting fireside with roasted marshmallows! Hints of charred wood around an open bonfire combine with the sweet aroma of roasted marshmallows, topped off with hints of cinnamon, clove, and nutmeg.  

3. Cypress + Forest Berries 

Breathe in the scent of fresh snow-covered cypress trees and hints of wintery forest berries with our limited edition scent for the holidays: Cypress + Forest Berry. This scent will transport you to a wintry wonderland! Get ready to get cozy!

4. Tobacco + Vanilla Bourbon 

Bold and complex notes of the tobacco leaf are combined with a caramel-like aroma of bourbon and finished off with a layer of cinnamon. This fragrance is one of our fan favorites for its robust aromas. Hand-poured by a fifth-generation family in a warehouse located in Ybor City, Tampa, Florida cigar capital of the world, this candle has a unique story and memorable scent.

5. Balsam + Mistletoe

Kiss me under the mistletoe, it’s the holiday season! This scent will bring you back each holiday season with its traditional aromas of balsam and mistletoe with holly and fir. Have a fake tree? This strong scent will fill up your home with cheer.  Balsam + Mistletoe begins with bright berry and citrus notes; you then experience a fresh forest full of evergreen, pine, cypress, and cedar trees. The fragrance is completed with patchouli and hearth spices.
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