There are hundreds of holiday and seasonal candle fragrances in the market.
Unfortunately we can’t cover them all….but we are going to cover are our all time favorite
candle fragrances like Cinnamon Bun, Cucumber Melon, Peach, etc…
Scent has a way of making us remember our fondest memories that have long been forgotten. The sweet and wonderful smell you wake to on a Sunday morning, steaming on the table, fresh from the oven, your favorite…..
Cinnamon Bun - Mmmm….hot, delicious scent of cinnamon, drizzled with sweet vanilla icing. Served with my favorite, hot and steaming Chocolate Mocha. I’m on cloud nine.
Chocolate Mocha -I discovered this scent quite by accident. I wanted to make a batch of chocolate scented candles when I discovered I didn’t have enough scent to make a whole batch and I had already melted a big batch of soy wax. So I mixed 2 parts chocolate and 1 part mocha-chino and the result was quite delicious! My husband and youngest daughter loved this scent.
Baby Powder - Refreshing and clean, brings back wonderful memories of when my kids were still babies.
Crème Brule -A delicious birthday treat. The creamy taste of vanilla custard and crunchy caramelized sugar, I can taste it now. Mmmmm…..
Cinnamon Spice - Full bodied scent of cinnamon and spice with a hints of nutmeg.
Cucumber Melon - My sister Maryanne’s ultimate favorite in candle fragrances! The cool scent of ripe melon reminds me of hot summer day. We made this cool drink with grated melon, sugar and lots of crushed ice. The scent is calm and refreshing.
Peach - Sweet and juicy like fresh cut peaches right from our tree. It was no wonder the squirrel always beat us to the fruits!
Pina Colada - A wonderful sweet scent of young coconut, rum, accented with the sweet scent of banana and a touch of vanilla. It sends me back to our relaxing family vacation to the island of Kauai.
Pumpkin Soufflé - My sister Josie’s all time favorite scent. A real-like fragrance that is bursting with fresh pumpkin and mouth watering scent of butter and spices our whole house smells like a bakery.
Strawberry - A reminder of the day my family and I went out to Brentwood, CA to pick this fresh, sweet and juicy fruit. It smelled so good; we couldn’t wait to pay for it so we can start eating them!
Peppermint and Eucalyptus - Invigorating, refreshing and every time I make a batch of this candle, it always cleared my sinus. Amazing!
Lavender - I love this scent. Very relaxing and soothing and to think I almost didn’t try this fragrance because a friend of mine hated it. Lucky for me, it turned out to be a hit!
Very Vanilla - Delicious, Sweet and creamy topped all the other vanilla scents I have ever tried.
In my experience, the best way I choose candle fragrances is to pick what I like best and I also asked my friends and family, their likes and dislikes. I try to have a good mix of scents that are in different category types, like fruit, floral, spice, food, etc.
Don’t be afraid to try new candle fragrances. It also helps to look into your suppliers list of best sellers. Also read some of the testimonials, fragrances that are receiving good reviews are a good indication that the fragrance is a hit.
Also, try creating your own scent by mixing some fragrances that have the same base notes. Rename it as appropriate. For example, I mixed Crème Brule and Cinnamon Bun and named it Cinnamon Crunch. It was such a hit; I can’t keep these candles in stock.
Always remember to request a free sample of fragrance that you like to try. Bye for now and have fun making candles!