|Image from Yankee Candle|
although I have found some lovely scents by smaller companies in various country shops over the years.
Every year my granddaughters' school has a Yankee Candle fundraiser and I often get myself a package of a dozen tealights. This year I ordered Gingerbread Maple, which will be fun to try. It smelled very nice on the scented page! The website describes it this way: "Baking spices and the warm fragrance of cloves, with just a touch of maple, bring back memories of gingerbread cooling on cookie sheets". Sounds enticing!
For years my favorite Yankee Candle scent for fall was Cranberry Chutney, and I'm still pretty partial to that. The description for that one is "A delicious reminder of Thanksgiving dinner…tangy, fresh cranberries with orange zest and raisins." It's a fun combination of cranberries and citrus that I really enjoy.
Over the years I've also enjoyed Yankee Candle's Macintosh scent, which always takes me back to my childhood and inhaling the aroma of a barn full of apples at an orchard where my parents would buy a bushel or two of "drops".
Pumpkin Ginger Bark scent. I couldn't find this on the Yankee Candle site so this photo is from Amazon.