Scented Candle Blog from Kiss-Air

It’s beginning to smell a lot like Christmas….

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Ah, my favourite time of the year. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a total summer baby who hates the cold, wind, rain and dark nights - but there is something about those winter nights spent hugging a hot chocolate whilst snuggled on the sofa wrapped up in the softest of fleeces whilst the festive, indulgent aroma of Christmas flickers from a lit candle.

christmas 2017_5_smlHere at Kiss Air, it will come as no surprise that the winter months are our busiest. Our candles make the perfect treat for yourself, last minute stocking filler, personalised gift for that someone who is always hard to buy for or secret Santa pressie for the office newbie you pulled out of hat and have never even spoken to!

So we are about to fulfil all your treat, filler and pressie needs by spending weekend after weekend at different Christmas fairs bringing the scent of Christmas to you. And boy, do we have the some scents of Christmas for you….

Our candles smell exactly as they say on jar, so when we call a candle Gingerbread…. it smells just like fresh from the oven gingerbread! And you guys agree! We like to vary our Christmas range bringing in new scents but with this candle being the top Christmas seller for the past 4 years, we simply had to bring it back again!

Also, back for its second year in the Kiss Air Christmas range is our fabulously unique, mouth-watering delicious Chocolate Orange! Everybody’s favourite Christmas choccie literally flew off the shelves last year, selling out before our last event, so you’ll be happy to hear we’ve made sure we have extra stock for this year. 

Next up is a brand new fragrance which could actually be my favourite of all. Anyone who knows me knows I’m partial to a biscuit or two (…. or the packet!) and our Christmas Biscuits candle whacks you in the face with freshly baked biscuits… Malted Milk biscuits with a hint of nutmeg in my opinion, and who doesn’t love a Malted Milk biscuit?! I know Santa does! Mum always used to leave Santa a few Malted Milk biscuits next to his glass of milk and carrots for the reindeer on Christmas Eve, and the next morning they were always gone!! *

No Christmas range would be complete without the “marmite” of all Christmas scents, Christmas Tree. You either love or hate this one but we’ve tried and tested many variations and we believe we’ve found the perfect earthy, woody, pine scent that is more tree than disinfectant!

And last but certainly not least, another newbie to the collection is Festive Cranberry. Perfect for those traditionalists who would prefer a more subtle, fresh and festive aroma of rich, fruity cranberries. So far this one has gone down very well and it’s no surprise, it really is Christmas in a jar!

brussel sproutWe also have a new addition to Christmas this year. Our totally humorous “….because it’s brussel sprout season” tumbler candle. We all know that one person who overdoses on the sprouts to not only bring down the tone of the day, but also prompts the obligatory scented candle to come out of hiding! We also have our “….because (insert name) farted” personalised candle which really is a perfect pressie for the farter in your life, and the sufferer of those said farts!!

We added events on our Facebook page for all the Christmas fairs where you’ll find a Kiss Air stall this Christmas, so do check them out and pop along if you can.

Until next time, have a scent-sational Christma! 

~ Laura

* Okay, okay! It was me! I ate the biscuits! I’m sorry mum! I used to creep out of bed, tiptoed down the stairs, quietly prise the living room door open and stuffed my little round face with every biscuit you left on that table! I’m sorry but I swear I never, absolutely never, went near the presents. Nope, I never poked them, shook them, unwrapped them and scruffily taped them back up again. Never!

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  1. Joanne

    Hi I woundering if you had any ofvthe festive cranberry tea lights left from Christmas, i was give one from a friends wedding it lovely but i don't want to light this one. Many thanks Joanne

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