I had four candles burning on rotation during the Christmas period, all of which are not only perfect for the Christmas season but also for these cold Winter months.
Jonathan Ward Orange Opium Scented Candle
"Inspired by human nature's desire for things that are alluringly dangerous, Orange Opium is a captivating fragrance composed of four, bold orange oils. Orange rind, infused with delicate Persian spices, adds depth to the striking and intense aroma.
The Orange Opium scented candle is hand-poured paraffin-free, clean-burning soy and beeswax and is housed in hand-blown, Italian, crystal glass".
MOR Emporium Snow Gardenia Scented Candle
"Travel on a sensory journey of joyful decadence with MOR Emporium Scented Candles. Light up your world and breathe in heavenly aromas. Be visually moved by the luxurious glass vessel wrapped in inspired seventeenth century art and gilded with 24 carat gold. Gardenia, Juniper Berry & Angelica introduce this classical fragrance with a base of Ylang Ylang, Vanilla & Sandalwood".
ESPA The Scents Of Christmas Winter Spice Candle
"Our hugely popular, richly festive Winter Spice fragrance candle infuses your home with aromatic warmth. A golden glow releases our richly festive Winter Spice fragrance, to infuse your home with aromatic warmth. It’s evocative, rich and perfect for unwinding over Christmas".
Carol Joy Sense of Joy Candle
"Envelope yourself in a Sense of Joy with Carol Joy London Candle. Relax and indulge your senses with the Sense of Joy Candle by Carol Joy London. Infused with the captivating combination of Apple, Rose, Geranium and Sandalwood, the candle brings a sense of wellbeing into your home.
Sense of Joy is the ultimate indulgence."
All four candles have been an absolute joy to burn and as much as I would love to say I have a favourite, Its actually impossible to choose. All four seemed to offer something different. First up on my repurchase list is definitely the Jonathan Ward Orange Opium though, so I guess seen as that's the one I intend to repurchase first, maybe I do have a favourite after all.