The Perfect Christmas Scent | Yankee Candle The Perfect Christmas Collection

Yankee Candle have recently released their The Perfect Christmas collection, which includes Christmas Magic, Spiced White Cocoa, The Perfect Tree, and Crackling Wood Fire, and being the Candle addict that I am, as soon as I had heard that they had been released, I of course had to pop down to my local Love Aroma store, and pick them all up. Well i’ve been burning them for a little while now, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what Yankee Candle say about all four delicious scents.

Yankee Candle Christmas Magic.

Classic Christmas scents Balsam and Pine take a sophisticated turn with hints of Birch and Eucalyptus. Yankee Candle Christmas Magic also contains top notes of Mandarin, Bergamot and Eucalyptus, heart notes of Fir Balsam, Pine Needle Sap, Incense and Spruce, and base notes of Cedarwood and Birch.

Yankee Candle Spiced White Cocoa.

Warm and indulgent with swirls of Cocoa topped with a layer of Whipped Cream and a hint of Nutmeg. Yankee Candle Spiced White Cocoa also contains top notes of White Cocoa, heart notes of Salted Caramel, sweet Cream and Nutmeg, and base notes of Butterscotch.

Yankee Candle The Perfect Tree.

This is your perfect Tree! Balsam and fir-scented with festive snowy branches. Yankee Candle The Christmas Tree also contains top notes of Evergreen Garland and Bergamot, heart notes of Pine Needles, White Birch and glowing Amber, and base notes of fresh cut Pine, Incense and Cedar.

Yankee Candle Crackling Wood Fire.

Build Winter memories around a warm Cedarwood Fire kindled with sweet whispers of Nutmeg and warm Amber. Yankee Candle Crackling Wood Fire also contains top notes of Nutmeg, Myrrh, and Cinnamon, heart notes of Vanilla and Amber, and base notes of Sandalwood, Cedarwood, and Incense.

A tall glass jar full of some bright Red coloured wax with a label that has yankee candle written in white writing, Christmas Magic written in black writing, and a picture of some trees and some pale golden houses on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Yankee Candle Christmas Magic large jar candle.

The Yankee Candle Christmas Magic.

It’s scent.

I really liked it’s scent, as I thought that it kind of reminded me of a mix between a tray of Cookies fresh out of the oven, and an extremely boozy Christmas Pudding. I could definitely smell the Mandarin, Bergamot, Eucalyptus, Fir Balsam, Pine Needle Sap, Incense, and Spruce, as I thought that they all smelt incredibly strong, and gave it it’s rich decadent Christmas Pudding scent. But I unfortunately couldn’t really smell the Cedarwood or Birch though, as I thought that all of the other scents kind of overpowered them a little.

It’s scent throw.

I absolutely loved it’s scent throw, as this managed to fill both my room and the entire top floor of my house with it’s rich and decadent Christmas Pudding scent within about ten or so minutes of me lighting it.

It’s burn time.

It said that you were supposed to get up to 150 hours of burn time out of this, but as I always kept my wick trimmed, I easily got at least 160 hours of delicious rich and decadent Christmas scent out of it.

A tall glass jar full of some light white coloured wax with a label that has yankee candle written in white writing, spiced white cocoa written in black writing, and a picture of a white china cup full of some white hot chocolate with a dusting of some golden coloured spices on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Yankee Candle Spiced White Cocoa large jar candle.

The Yankee Candle Spiced White Cocoa.

It’s scent.

I wasn’t really a massive fan of it’s scent when I first smelt it, as I thought that it smelt extremely spicy and overpowering. But after I had burnt it for a little while, it actually started to grow on me, as I thought that it kind of reminded me of a mix between a massive mug of Hot Chocolate with marshmallows and lashings of Whipped Cream, and a Chai Tea Latte. I could definitely smell the White Cocoa, Salted Caramel, sweet Cream, and Nutmeg, as I thought that they all smelt incredibly strong, and gave it it’s delicious spicy Chocolatey scent. But I unfortunately couldn’t really smell the Butterscotch though, as I thought that both the White Cocoa and the Nutmeg kind of overpowered it a little.

It’s scent throw.

I really liked it’s scent throw, as this managed to fill my room, the entire top floor of my house, and even some of the downstairs of my house with it’s rich spicy chocolatey scent within about fifteen minutes of me lighting it

It’s burn time.

It said that you were supposed to get up to 150 hours of burn time out of this, but as I always kept my wick trimmed, I easily got at least 165 hours of delicious spicy chocolatey scent out of it.

A tall glass jar full of some dark brown coloured wax with a label that has yankee candle written in white writing, The Perfect Tree written in black writing, and a picture of a tree inside a snow globe with some twinkling fairy lights on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Yankee Candle The Perfect Tree large jar candle.

The Yankee Candle The Perfect Tree.

It’s scent.

I definitely think that this had to be my favourite of the entire collection, as I thought that it’s fresh and crisp Pine scent kind of reminded me of a mix between walking through a Pine Forest and shopping for real Christmas Trees. I could definitely smell the Evergreen Garland, Pine Needles, White Birch, fresh cut Pine, Incense, and Cedar, as I thought that they all smelt incredibly strong, and gave it it’s gorgeous fresh and crisp Pine scent. But I unfortunately couldn’t really smell either of the Bergamot or the glowing Amber though, as I thought that all of the other scents kind of overpowered them a little.

It’s scent throw.

I absolutely loved it’s scent throw, as this managed to fill both my room and the entire top floor of my house with it’s gorgeous fresh and crisp Pine scent within about ten or so minutes of me lighting it.

It’s burn time.

It said that you were supposed to get up to 150 hours of burn time out of this, but as I always kept my wick trimmed, I easily got at least 160 hours of gorgeous fresh and crisp Pine scent out of it.

A tall glass jar full of some light blue coloured wax with a label that has yankee candle written in white writing, Crackling Wood Fire written in black writing, and a picture of some light blue coloured wood in a square pot next to a roaring wood fire on it, on a white background.

A picture of the Yankee Candle Crackling Wood Fire large jar candle.

The Yankee Candle Crackling Wood Fire.

It’s scent.

I think that this had to be my least favourite of the entire collection, as even though it smelt really nice and kind of reminded me of standing around a Bonfire on Bonfire Night, it’s smokey firey scent just wasn’t for me. I could definitely smell the Nutmeg, Myrrh, Cinnamon, Amber, Sandalwood, Cedarwood, and Incense, as I thought that they all smelt incredibly strong, and gave it it’s smokey firey scent. But I unfortunately couldn’t really smell the Vanilla though, as I thought that all of the other scents kind of overpowered it a little.

It’s scent throw.

I really liked it’s scent throw, as even though it was one of those scents that I only noticed once I had gone out of and had come back into the room again, it did eventually fill my room with a nice smokey firey scent that lasted for hours even after I had blown it out.

It’s burn time.

It said that you were supposed to get at least 150 hours of burn time out of this, but as I always kept my wick trimmed, I easily got at least 155 hours of smokey firey scent out of it.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate the Yankee Candle Christmas Magic, an eight point five out of ten, the Yankee Candle Spiced White Cocoa, a nine out of ten, the Yankee Candle The Perfect Tree, a nine point five out of ten, and the Yankee Candle Crackling Wood Fire, a seven out of ten. I really liked the Yankee Candle Christmas Magic, as I loved that it reminded me of Christmas Pudding, and that it filled both my room and the entire top floor of my house with it’s rich and decadent scent within about ten or so minutes of me lighting it. I really liked the Yankee Candle Spiced White Cocoa, as even though I thought that it smelt extremely spicy and overpowering at first, it did fill my room with a rich spicy and chocolatey scent within about fifteen minutes of me lighting it. I absolutely loved the Yankee Candle The Perfect Tree, as I loved it’s gorgeous fresh and crisp Pine scent, and that it filled most of my house with it’s gorgeous scent within about ten or so minutes of me lighting it. But I unfortunately just wasn’t a fan of the Yankee Candle Crackling Wood Fire, as I thought that it’s smokey and firey scent just wasn’t for me.

If you would like to check out any of the Yankee Candle The Perfect Christmas collection for yourselves, then you can either pop into your local Love Aroma or Yankee Candle store, buy them from Love Aroma online here, or you can buy them from Yankee Candle online here.

Have you checked out any of the Yankee Candle The Perfect Christmas collection yet? What have you tried? What’s your favourite Christmas scent? Please let me know down below.

Luke x

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