The largest candle manufacturer in the U.S., Yankee Candle, has been around for decades, so it's not surprising they're on so many wish lists. With dozens of scents, there's one to suit every occasion — even if it's just relaxing over a cup of tea after a long day. Walmart's Cyber Monday sale is still going and it has deals on a bevy of seasonal scents that'll help kick off the holidays right. So whether you're gift-giving for the holidays, adding a festive aroma to your seasonal decor, or looking for the perfect holiday host gift, we've got a scent that's just right. Take a tour through our favorites, one whiff at a time...
Yankee has the perfect candle to evoke the flavors of fall. Home-grown apples and pumpkins blended with ginger and clove create their Apple Pumpkin fragrance. Two 100% natural-fiber wicks will burn for at least 75 hours.
Just like your favorite autumnal latte, you and yours will go crazy for this popular scent. Nutmeg, cinnamon, clove and brown sugar compose this aromatic marvel, providing up to 150 hours of spicy joy. This is the perfect scent to set the Thanksgiving mood.
Looking to add some Christmas cheer to your home? Opt for this festive blend of almond, jasmine and amber, called Twinkling Lights. Made of premium soy wax and essential oils, this 22-ounce candle burns on two natural fiber wicks for up to 110 hours.
This one is for all of the dessert lovers out there. The aromas of burnt sugar, sea salt and smooth vanilla caramel will fill the air as soon as the candle is lit. It will burn for at least 110 hours, so count on enjoying it for a good long time.
This enchanting forest blend features aromatic balsam, cedarwood and juniper berry. After you've spent the 110-150 hours of burn time, the heavy-duty glass jar is recyclable, though it's a great one to repurpose since it comes with a tightly fitted lid.
If you don't want to turn on the oven or consume the calories, opt for this buttery, rich, vanilla scent. Made of premium-grade paraffin wax and essential oils, this 22-ounce candle burns on a lead-free wick for 110 to 150 hours.
This spicy blend of autumn leaves and cinnamon apples will make any home feel more cozy. The candle is made from premium-grade wax to provide an even and consistent burn and it should give you a burn time of 75 to110 hours.
Give this trio of delicious wintry scents as a gift or divide them up among different rooms in your home. The set features the best of the holiday scents — Balsam & Cedar, Christmas Cookie, and Red Apple Wreath.
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