The fresh, crisp smell of pine candles are a universal favorite. The smell of pine clears the mind, sharpens your focus and makes any home feel cozier. It's like bringing the forest into your home.
During the holiday season, scented candles are more popular than ever — smelling like Christmas tree, a pine candle sets a festive mood, brighten our spirits during the dark wintertime months, and make our homes smell amazing.
It's no wonder that we hear a lot of requests for finding the perfect pine candle. We currently offer three pine scented candles — which is the right one for you?
Cool Pines with a Hint of Spice
Our Pine & Fir Balsam candle is a best-seller and evokes the misty forests of the Pacific Northwest. This Christmas tree fragrance begins with top notes of fresh fir balsam which transition to warm spicy middle notes of cardamom and pepper and concludes with a base note of pine. It's a melding of the cool, crisp pine and fir with the warmth of spices.
Tip: Looking for a classic pine & fir scent with a little twist of sophistication? Pine & Fir Balsam is the pine tree candle for you.SHOP NOW
Fresh Snow in the Forest
Winter Pines takes a different approach to pine with layers of scent that evoke the scents of winter and first snowfall. This frosty Christmas tree fragrance is a blend of herbaceous pine with top notes of mint, citrus, nutmeg, cinnamon and clove.
The heart notes notes include lavender, eucalyptus and pine. Finally the base notes are pine, woody, and vanilla. It's a more complex and nuanced take on winter and evergreens.
Classic Crisp and Cool
Ready for a snowy hike in the woods? Frosted Spruce is a classic scent, perfect for adventurous nature lovers or anyone looking for a holiday-friendly scent. It's a timeless scent with an added touch of crisp character and freshness that captures the chill in the air.
Unlike our other pine-scented candles, Frosted Spruce focuses on cool freshness without any warming spices. Top notes of mint and eucalyptus cool the air for heart notes of spruce, moss and evergreen and finally a base of amber, cedar and cypress emerges.