Tuesday, November 22, 2011

It's Beginning to Smell a lot like Christmas

Imagine a walk through the woods on a crisp winter day. Bright blue sky overhead and clean air filling your lungs. You're on a journey to find the perfect Christmas tree. You stop and pull a small strand from a Frasier Fir and snap the needles between your fingers. The cool and invigorating scent of pure evergreen refreshes you. Snow crunches beneath your feet. You continue on your journey anxiously awaiting the burst of fragrance from a newly cut fir tree to fill your home with the scent of Christmas.

Want to bring that fresh fragrance into your home without the tree? Try a Thymes Frasier Fir, Linnea's Light Forest Fir, K. Hall Siberian Fir or Trapp White Fir candle. All of these candles off the clean, bright fragrance of a fresh fir tree. Of these fir fragrance options, Thymes Frasier fir is the most bright, opening scent while K. Hall Siberian Fir offers a more relaxed scent bringing in the heart/trunk/woody notes of the tree to balance the energizing green needles.

Thymes Frasier Fir and K. Hall Siberian Fir fragrances are also available in a diffuser to provide a constant fragrance. Place next to your real or artificial tree to fill your home with the smell of Christmas.

Thymes Frasier Fir also offers a room spray and sachet as additional ways to spread the scent. Hang the sachet on your tree, in your closet, in your car or use as a tag on a holiday present to spread holiday cheer.


Forest photo from http://fr.123rf.com/photo_352464_hiver-sapin-recouvert-de-neige-fra-che-sur-le-fond-le-ciel-bleu-vif.html

1 comment:

  1. Thymes Frasier Fir is gorgoeus. Such a pure tree scent. Love it.

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