Candles and Winter

There are many different reasons why candles are associated with Winter, although no one knows when they first became connected! Some say they were used during ancient Winter Solstice celebrations as a way of remembering that Spring would soon come. Others say they started with being used at Christmas in the middle ages, where a large candle was used to represent the star of Bethlehem. Jesus is sometimes called 'the Light of the World' by Christians. Whatever the reasons, here are ours…
  • They create a cosy, welcoming environment, no matter how cold/dark it is outside.
  • They give off the warmest glow and the most beautiful scent lingering in the air.
  • They make Christmas gift shopping fun and easy!


If you are looking to channel Summer vibes in the Winter months, this is the scent for you. With vibrant notes of Mango, Pineapple and Hibiscus. You can certainly imagine yourself enjoy a hot summer day!


If you love traditional winter scents and are looking for the candle to warm you up and give you that cosy winter by the fireplace feeling, this is the one for you! You can sit back and enjoy the warm notes of Pine and Black Pepper with this one.