It is September 29th and I have already burned through a Christmas candle. Granted it was a votive size, and I loved it a lot so it got a lot of burn time. I also should clarify that this isn’t just a Christmas candle. It smells like Siberian fir needles, with subtle notes of cedarwood and sandalwood. Is it my fault we assume those scents are for Christmas only?!
Okay, I really need to share my experience about this Frasier Fir fragrance by Thymes. I heard about it before I smelled it, and thought “yeah, okay, it’s a Christmas tree smell-how great can it be?…” Apparently pretty incredible. Because I will eat those words and yours too, it smells that great. I’m trying my hardest not to swear for intensity of how great it is. I just want my room to smell like it again, and unfortunately I can’t just hoard them all to myself. But the magic of it all was in the burning of it, once the fragrance reached the air.
When I did actually smell the Frasier Fir, I instantly loved it. But I didn’t go madly in love with it until I burned a candle. That’s when I truly appreciated all the layers to this fine fragrance. It’s so clean, and so welcoming, comforting, and relaxing all at the same time. The back of the package even reads, “Mountain fresh and glowing with the aromatic snap of crisp Siberian Fir needles, heartening cedarwood and relaxing sandalwood, Thymes Frasier Fir sets the mood for those special moments that make up our life stories. Creating a tradition to savor… and to share.” Sums it up beautifully, and the packaging is right in line with the Thymes brand, beautiful and elegant.
Stop in a try it out today!