Hey There Spider! How ya doin’? Ya doin’ how?…This is part 3 of my never ending Yankee Candle review. Checkout part 1 here and part 2 here, as well…

So you know the story already, I lurve Yankee Candles because I can’t afford a darn Diptyque, much less, burning it. They’re great for aromatherapy, specially if you’re feeling under the weather, they’re great for warming up those cold winter months, and they’re also great for burning down your house, if you hadn’t filled it up with soot already. 🙂

 

yankee candle review

 


 

 

yankee candle green grass review

Yankee Candle Green Grass – This is for the allergy sufferers out there, joke! A candle that smells like fresh cut grass by a lawn mower? yeah girl, Yankee Candle has it. Dunno why, I got curious, so I bought it. It does smell like fresh cut grass, or should I say fresh cut ragweed! Oh I can already smell the pollens! Lol. The scent never fades, so if you miss those hot summer days while trying to mow your lawn, get this. Or if you’re an allergy sufferer and you confined yourself inside your house, this might satisfy your need for outside adventure. I don’t think there’s an allergen in here, frankly. So go and smell the roses green grass!

 

yankee mountain lodge

Yankee Candle Mountain Lodge – This was already in my Yankee Candle Review Part 1, but that was a votive sampler which I also loved very much that I bought a tumbler size. This has sage and cedar wood in it. It smells very manly, like a man’s perfume, but you can only smell it if you put your nose too close. It’s strong, but doesn’t permeate. I love this for cozy winter months.

 

yankee pink sands

Yankee Candle Pink Sands – I don’t care about the scent as long as it’s Pink.That’s what went through my head when I purchased this. It turns out that this is one of Yankee Candle’s bestseller. It is said to be a beautiful mix of bright citrus, sweet florals and spicy vanilla. Well, I didn’t smell the bright citrus in there, and the vanilla is not spicy either. There’s not even a sand scent. I only smell a sweet floral-ish vanilla, but it’s a nice sweet scent, not overpowering, it’s just pleasant and subtle. I guess that’s why people love it so much. Whether it’s dark sand, white sand, blue sand, glitter sand, rainbow sand, or pink sand, this one’s a keeper.

 

yankee mistletoe

Yankee Candle Mistletoe – I hunted this for some time, since this was seasonal, but nowadays, it’s back in stock. Of all the 4 candles reviewed here, this one’s my favorite, and is very special because I love pine scents. This candle has a strong pine/mistletoe scent that is a good alternative to Yankee Candle’s Best Selling Candle Ever, the Balsam Cedar, which happens to be my most favorite scent of all Yankee Candles. There’s just something about those pine scents. They bring warmth and gives that cozy feeling during those cold winter nights.

You can buy these candles here:

 

Yankee Candle Green Grass 

Yankee Candle Mountain Lodge 

Yankee Candle Pink Sands 

Yankee Candle Mistletoe 

 

 

Stay Tune for part 4…