Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Yankee Candle 'Berry Trifle' Large Jar | Review ♥

I've made no secret of my love for the Yankee Candle brand, having featured their gorgeous smelling candles many times on the blog before. I'm still burning through my large jar Christmas stash from lash year and have a jar full of wonderfully smelling wax tart melts so I wasn't planning on buying any new ones this year, but last week I was very kindly gifted the new Berry Trifle Large Jar and I was absolutely delighted to add another candle to my collection - especially as this one smells both festive and delicious!

Berry Trifle is described as - " a mouth-watering fragrance of fresh berries, tangy and sharp, nestled on a white bed of soft vanilla cream - delicious!"and I definitely think this sums it up quite well. The fragrance is distinctly festive, not one I would burn outside of winter, yet it has a fruity side to it too with its distinct smell of berries. I've had this burning in the kitchen, after all, where else would you find Berry Trifle?

I think this scent has such an atmospheric element to it and it's definitely one which could stir up feelings of nostalgia for people who favour a trifle dessert at Christmas time. It's a personal favourite scent of mine.

Yankee Candle large jar candles provide up to 150 of burning time and Berry Trifle is a scent which most definitely fills up the room. As the scent lingers in the room I find that you don't have to burn the candle for as long, so it really will last for a long time - fantastic value for money for sure.

Berry Trifle is available from the Yankee Candle UK and is £21.99 for a large jar.

*I was sent the Yankee Candle in Berry Trifle for the purposes of this review, as always, all thoughts and opinions expressed are 100% my own.

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