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Yankee candle Dark Berries

Yankee candle Dark Berries

What I love about candles are not just there scent throw, but there decorative abilities and the ambience they create once lit. A beautiful candle has the power to set the scene in our home, and when it comes to beautiful scents and attractive design Yankee Candle are at the top of the pile for me.

I was lucky enough to receive this square 3 wick dark berries candle for my birthday and have immediately fallen in love with it.
This is my first of the newer square candles and I must say I like the design and subtle decoration, and the colour of the dark berries candle would look stunning in any room. The three wicks ensure an even burn and create a lovely ambience when lit.

Now for the scent, well if you have read any of my candle reviews before you will know, sweet, and fruity scents are my preference, and dark berries doesn't disappoint. The ripe blackberry top notes offer a whiff of fruit even before lit, with mid notes of rose and peony and base notes cashmere wood and musk. The scent has depth and sophistication perfect for any room of the home.

Yankee candle Dark Berries
If you fancy getting your hands on your own dark berries candle, the whole range is available from Amazon. (aff)

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