Since we first tried Village Candles we’ve become OBSESSED with them. They’re amazing value for money and the quality of them is just excellent.
I find the large jars the best value for money and holy wow do they burn for the longest time, sometimes I think they’re never ending.
I wanted to stock up on a few more Village Candles, from some different stores, to have over the winter, but a few turned into…well a lot more than a few. 😛
So what did I buy?
Apples & Cinnamon Candle – This lively combination of nutmeg, clove and cinnamon is combined with freshly baked apple, brown sugar and vanilla, in this delectable classic of oven baked goodness.
Black Cherry Wax Melts – Luscious fresh black cherries and vanilla cream.
Blueberry Muffin Candle – Do you remember the feeling of coming home to the most delicious smell of freshly-baked Blueberry Muffins? Butter, brown sugar, fresh cream and blueberries come together in a true rendition of this classic blueberry candle. The best part is this one is calorie free!
Cherry Vanilla Swirl Candles and Wax Melts – Juicy fresh cherries are swirled into sugary vanilla cream in this luscious sweet treat.
Cinnamon Bun Candle – Early morning at the village bakery. You can almost see the seductive spicy cinnamon fragrance waft out the door as hungry customers file in to get them while they are warm. The best, plumpest, softest cinnamon buns ever smell exactly like this amazing candle—indulge yourself!
Cinnamon Spice Wax Melts – Spicy cinnamon bark is combined with fresh clove and a touch of nutmeg.
Gingerbread Cookie Candle – The warm spicy scent of just-out-of the oven gingerbread cookies will remind you of Christmas years gone by.
Nantucket Cranberry Candle – Straight from the lush bogs of NE in September, this deep, rich, burgundy candle with its distinctive, fresh, tart fragrance will satisfy the most discriminating cranberry candle lover! Village Candle’s Nantucket Cranberry candle is bursting with the juiciness of this comforting classic fruit.
Spiced Pumpkin Candle – Good cooks know the tantalizing key to great pumpkin pie, and we candle-makers are happy to borrow from them: spices. A moderate but enriching amount. Maybe some cinnamon stick, maybe some lively nutmeg, maybe a dash of rich curry powder?
Warm Apple Pie Candle – Memories of Grandmas kitchen in autumn – who can forget? Sweet, crunchy apples rolled in cinnamon and cloves, sprinkled with lemon juice and flour, and dished into a perfect pie crust. As it bakes, the entire house fills with anticipation.
I think all the spicy scents are perfect for this time of year. Have you tried Village Candles before? What scents do you personally recommend? Let us know in a comment below.