Monday, November 28, 2011

Linnea's Lights Winter

The description for the Linnea's Light Winter candle lists of evergreen, mint and berry, but there is something incredibly delicious about this scent. It's almost like there is vanilla hiding in there making everything so yummy and delightful. This fragrance reminds me a little of Voluspa Frost Pinecone that also seems to have a hint of sweetness about it.

This fragrance reminds me of Pecan Snowball cookies where the inside is natural and delicate and the outside has the slightest dusting of powdered sugar to soften the taste without being overly sweet.  I could eat these cookies all day long and not get a belly ache.  Linnea's Lights Winter has the same long-lasting appeal.

Linnea's Lights candles are hand-poured with pure, all natural soy wax and fine fragrances. They use lead-free cotton wicks and come complete with a pack of matches. These 9oz highly aromatic soy candles last approximately 60 hours. Linnea's Lights uses packaging made with recycled content and soy-based ink.

If you were to make a "Winter" fragrance, what would it smell like?

2 comments:

  1. I want to try this sooooooooo bad!!! :) Sounds delish! I would make a blend of traditional holiday spices like cinnamon, nutmeg and clove. Possibly add some orange citrus in it and round it out with a really fresh pine. :)

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