Friday, September 17, 2010

The Smells of Fall

    As lovely as the beautiful fall leaves look, and as crisp as the cool air feels, I'm most engrossed by the tantalizing scents that follow autumn into our lives.  The smells of fall are refreshing, warming, and inherently comforting in a way no other season can really capture.  I'm a lover of candles, especially those of the well scented variety...a rare breed of candle indeed.  Here are a few I'm dying to try for Fall!

Smells like: Blond Tabac, Madagascar Vanilla Bean, Sandalwood and Hay Absolute.

85 hour burn time- $22.00

Smells like: Birch, Cedar, Sandalwood, Vetiver and Amber

50 hour burn time- $30.00

Smells like: Roasted coffee beans, Cinnamon, Pumpkin Spice, hints of Cream

110 hour burn time- $14.00

Smells like: Chocolate, Graham Crackers and Marshmallows

100-120 hour burn time- $18.95

Disclaimer: I've never smelled or so much as heard of these candles before today, HOWEVER, if their candles match the listed descriptions in any way shape of form, this is the fall scented jackpot.  Here are just a few of their offerings.

Autumn Harvest
Smells like: Hints of cranberry, spices and autumn citrus. The scent of fall on a cool evening and the crunch of fallen leaves. 
Baked Bread
Smells like: Fresh bread right out of the oven with a yeasty, slightly nutty fragrance.
Chestnuts & Brown Sugar
Smells like: Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, and Brown Sugar.
Mulled Cider 
Smells like: Crisp apples, juicy oranges, spicy cloves and fresh cinnamon with a sweet musk
Italian Biscotti
Smells like: Crispy almond cookies, with notes of vanilla and dark chocolate.
Gingerbread Applesauce
Smells like: Gingerbread with sweet applesauce.
Grandma's Kitchen
Smells like: Spicy cloves, cinnamon, vanilla.
Smells like: If you like Hayrides you will love this fall scent.
Smells like: Caramel, nuts and vanilla.
10oz- $16.00


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