But they have also launched three new variants, and I've got my hands on them for your smelling pleasure.
Let's begin with Cherries on Snow. Firstly, the variant name. Truthfully, and I don't know about you, but I don't associate cherries with winter and I have definitely never seen them on snow. Maybe 'Clementines & Snow', or 'Winter Pomegranate' would have been more appropriate - what do you think? Please, comment below! Anyway, let's put Yankee Candle's attempt to creatively expand their range to the side, and look at the fragrance.
Mountain Berry is next up and thankfully this one wasn't a let down. The cold throw is a menthol-y evergreen invoking scent that pleasantly tingles the nose with its freshness. It didn't change much in hot throw either. The scent was still strong and evergreen, but had lost the hints of menthol that were in the cold throw. Very pleasant. One last thought, and I am not sure if many of you will know this association, but this fragrance immediately reminded me of the Original Spring Green variant of Vitabath from the 1980s (a favorite around my grandparents' house).
The last new launch from Yankee Candle for this holiday season is Christmas Rose. Out of the three scents this had the strongest and most overbearing cold throw. Like the Mountain Berries, nothing much changed at all with the hot throw. It was still strong, overbearing and a linear rose scent. If you like roses, you shouldn't miss out on this one!
So, there you go. Yankee Candle's three new launches for this holiday season. And just in time, too - I mean, it's nearly November for goodness sake!