The 12 Scents Of Christmas




Christmas pudding, the scent of the Christmas tree… What scent sums up the spirit of Christmas for you? Is it one of these festive fragrances?

Ho, ho, ho… It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas! That fresh, cold scent of pine in the air combined with the delicious scent of toasted marshmallows and mulled wines and ciders, the welcome warmth and aroma of an open fire – these Christmas scents are bound to put anyone in a merry mood.

Whether they’re naughty or nice, my 12 scents of Christmas are definitely a familiar guest during the holidays. There’s no need to let the smell of burnt sprouts ruin your holiday mood; just spray away the stinky odours with Our festive Christmas scents and have yourself a merry little Christmas! Santa would definitely approve.

1. Christmas Tree

Who doesn’t love the fresh pine scent of a lush, green Christmas tree? It brings back memories of festive family moments and conjures up images of sparkly Christmas lights and of course, Christmas presents!

2. Snowflake Sparkle

Crisp, clean and so fresh, this scent invokes memories of a winter walk trudging through the snow in the woods bundled up in your big coat and mittens

3. Chocolate

There’s nothing like the sweet, comforting scent of chocolate to warm the bones on a cold day. The deliciously chocolatey smell of it is like a snuggly blanket for your senses – it’s bound to cheer up even the grumpiest Grinch.

4. Gingerbread

Men, cookies, houses… why can’t everything be made out of gingerbread? That fresh out of the oven gingerbread scent – sweet, buttery, gingery, spicy – it simply screams cozy Christmas. Are you a gingerbread fan? You’ll LOVE our Gingerbread range– it’s just as delicious!

5. Toasted Marshmallow

A crackling, roaring fire on a cold, snowy night toasting Marshmallows has to be the definition of bliss. Woody, smoky and sweet, the scent of an open fire invites you to hold your palms out and brings back memories you will always treasure

6. Cinnamon Apple

No Christmas fair is complete without the scent of Grandmas baking wafting through the air. Sweet and nutty with that unmistakable hot apple piel scent, these steaming morsels smell like a good ol’ fashioned Christmas in Grandmas House.

7. Winter Carnival

Who doesn’t love a Christmas Market or better yet a Christmas fair? The wafts of Candy floss and Popcorn; this scent is mouth watering and you can bring the memories of the fair into your home without having to step a foot outside!

8. Cinnamon Sticks

The sweet, hot spiciness of cinnamon is a festive ingredient in all things Christmas. Whether it’s in mulled wine, cookies or pie, its warm, inviting scent makes everything seem cosier and merrier – perfect for those cold winter nights.

9. Orange

This fruity, festive scent is as traditional as they come. It reminds me of school where we would pierce cloves into oranges for Christmas decorations. The intoxicating aroma of oranges instantly brightens up those long winter nights, and it does wonders to freshen up a cold, stuffy space.

10. White Winter

This is my personal favourite out of our Christmas collection. Its packed with Cinnamon, Cloves and Orange. Its a spicy scent but really freshens up a cold winter evening but its also so cozy! This one is just everything for me.

11. Jingle Bell Berries

Christmas fruits and berries. A joyful fruity accord where sparkling citrus hints of orange and grapefruit are given depth through a merry berry blend of dark cassis, redcurrant, raspberry, strawberry, apple, rich plum and a warming hint of spice. The base of musk, sandalwood and a dusting of sugar brings this fragrance to a close.

12. Christmas Spices

Iv’e saved the best till last with our Christmas best seller since 2015, this scent has a rich, warm festive spicy accord combining notes of cinnamon and clove with ripe plum and freshly crushed vanilla pods. Its basically Christmas bottled!


What smell says Christmas for you?

Is it one of these above or something completely different. Please share your favourite and tag us on our socials



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