This is my Yankee Candle Holiday Sage scented candle Review.
Yankee Candle Holiday Sage is one of the most versatile and interesting holiday scents from Yankee Candle. It can easily be burned all year round, I love it for the kitchen for when I’m making piles of food and need a neutralizing scent, so around here, it comes out a lot, especially around pre-holidays and pre-birthdays. It’s also a good scent to have when you have people over, I have yet to find a person who wouldn’t like it.
I finished a Yankee Candle Holiday Sage jar last year and even though I have Yankee’s Sage and Citrus for now, I’ll be picking up another jar of this now that it’s back as a Treasure.
The official scent notes in Yankee Candle Holiday Sage are: aromatic sage, earthy rosemary, festive cinnamon, seasonal evergreens, Yule log.
Burning Yankee Candle Holiday Sage, I smell the sage that Yankee does so well, followed by rosemary, basil, pine, some light eucalyptus, cinnamon and just a tiny bit of vetiver. It’s a very herb garden type of scent, that’s why it works so well when you’re cooking lots of stuff and need a something to clean the air up a bit. I tend to pair this with wide open windows, so I really get just a whiff of herbs but in the winter, the wide open windows are not happening and this still works really well. You get a earthy, mixed herb scent. Very nice.
The scent throw on a large jar was a strong 7. It scents my medium sized kitchen in 20 minutes flat.
I hope you enjoyed my Yankee Candle Holiday Sage scented candle Review and I’ll talk to you soon!