With the holiday season right around the corner, it is that time of year again to get ahold of the best crisp and cozy scents that define Fall. Whether you’re planning to stock up for the rest of the dry months or just burn the candles non-stop for the coming weeks, there is no time like the present to do some quality scent shopping. So without further ado, I present to you Ad Verum’s Top 5 Fall Candles of 2015.
Bloomingdale’s: Jo Malone Pomegranate Noir
Infuse your home with this comforting blend of pomegranate, raspberry, frankincense and patchouli. Although relatively expensive, this candle is well worth the money. Classy and fragrant, this beautiful candle adds decor to any room. Keep it classy, keep it Jo Malone.
Paper Source: Coffee Candle
What’s better than the smell of freshly brewed coffee? I know I can atest for any and all grade 12s when I say absolutely nothing. This candle comes in an appealing glass encasing, topped off with a cork lid. With a soy wax blend that burns for 35 hours plus, coffee addicts of all ages can indulge in this Fall flavoured scent.
Yankee Candle: Apple Cider
There’s nothing better than the smell of hot apple cider wafting throughout your home. A perfect transition into the winter months, Apple Cider brings the warmth into any room. The enticing scent has a crisp blend of apples and spices making it wonderful to sniff with your morning coffee or even an evening bath.
WoodWick: Pumpkin Butter Candle
For all the pumpkin spice lovers out there, this is the candle for you. Although Thanksgiving has come and gone, the sweet smell of pumpkin pie can turn your room into an atmosphere worthy of Canadian Thanksgiving round two. If you’re looking for a candle that is both sweet and festive, then you’re in for a treat.
Bath and Body Works: Sweater Weather
As you probably already know, Bath and Body Works has a wide variety of highly fragranced and long lasting candles. Sweater Weather is a longtime favourite for many candle lovers like myself. It’s refreshing blend of eucalyptus, juniper berries, and fresh sage all comes together to create a special scent that is universally appealing to almost anyone.
By: Quin Vidalin