REVIEW: Yankee Candle Christmas Garland

I am slowly but surely making my way through my new Christmas scents from Yankee Candle and this one, Christmas Garland, has to be my favourite so far. This year Yankee Candle has released four new scents for the festive season, Christmas Garland, Icicles, Candy Cane Lane and Angel Wings. I have recently been going for the Wax Tarts because I find them to have a much better scent kick off and sometimes with the larger jars I get bored of the scent before I am even half way.
Yankee Candle Christmas Garland Review
Yankee Candle Christmas Garland Review
Christmas Garland is scented exactly as you would expect, mainly of Christmas Trees. Described as fresh cute pine trees and zesty cranberries. I am going to be completely honest, I never smelt the cranberries when I was burning it and I am okay with that. I wanted a candle that smelt like Christmas Trees as I have fake ones and really miss the scent that this candle really hits the spot!

The kick begun to kick off within minutes and filled the whole room. Myself and my mum actually burned this at the same time while we put up our Christmas Trees (yes, they are already up and have been for a week, ho ho ho) and the whole house smelt incredible. The scent really lasted throughout the whole burn and I am able to get all of my eight hours out of this tart.

I would definitely recommend this if you like the Christmas Tree scent like I do, especially if you have a fake Christmas Tree. This would be perfect in jar form to light in the evenings so went that Christmassy mood. I know I will be 100% be repurchasing this scent! This scent is available in tealight, sampler, three different sizes jar forms and wax tart. Wax tarts retail for £1.49, a steal in my eyes for this amazing scent!

Have you tried Christmas Garland? What did you think of it?

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  1. This sounds lovely especially as we aren't having a tree at all this year as the flat is too small xxx

    BlondeOfCarbs

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