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Best Winter Candle Scents Fill your home

Written by Kara Ericson


Posted on August 07 2022

Best Winter Candle Scents Fill your home


My favorite summer months are over, time to put the sweet smells of sparkling watermelon & pineapple mango away and bring out those warm scents to keep our homes smelling good all winter long. There are still several cold months ahead, so I'm proposing a new crop of winter candle scents that will keep your home feeling cozy—and smelling amazing.

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Black Raspberry

While the black raspberry might not be a scent you’re familiar with, this sweet, fruity fragrance will make you feel like you're in the middle of a summer garden. It smells like berries and wine—the perfect scent for a romantic setting or winter party. This is also a great choice for candle shops or bakeries looking to create maximum impact in their stores.


French Pear

French Pear is a warm, inviting scent. It's perfect for winter and holiday celebrations, but also makes an excellent choice for any cozy night in. Thankfully, these candles are available online at a wide range of prices depending on how much you can spend.

You'll find French Pear in several different forms: votive candles (small glass cups with wicks), tumblers (larger glass cups), jars (jars with lids) and pillars (elongated cylinders). They come in scents including apple spice, blueberry cobbler, cinnamon bark and cranberry balsam to name a few!

Warm Ginger Snap Cookie

Warm Ginger Snap Cookie is the scent of warm sugar cookies. It smells like cinnamon, nutmeg, brown sugar and vanilla.

It also smells like butter and toasted sugar.

This scent has a creamy sweetness that comes from adding the vanilla frosting to it!

Gingerbread Cookie

This is a great winter candle scent because it's reminiscent of gingerbread cookies, which are a delicious treat that's often served during the holidays. But don't just take our word for it; here's what some experts have to say about the appeal of this aroma:

The key ingredient in gingerbread cookies is molasses, which has been used as a food preservative since Roman times. When combined with cinnamon and cloves (which are used in many traditional holiday recipes), molasses creates an earthy aroma that makes you feel warm inside—and isn't that what Christmas is all about?

These candles will fill your home with a relaxing scent this winter.

These candles will fill your home with a relaxing scent this winter.

Winter is a time for comfort, and what better way to achieve that than by lighting up the living room with a batch of these candles? The blend of essential oils will relax you, while the long-lasting scents keep your house smelling great all winter long.


So what are you waiting for? Pick up some candles and start lighting them! We hope these suggestions help you find the perfect scent to fill your home this winter. You’ll be glad you did, because it will make it feel a lot more like home.