It’s been a long, hot summer, which means we’ve been dreaming about the fall essentials: Blanket scarves, pumpkin spice lattes, and autumn-scented candles. Luckily for us, Yankee Candle just released their new collection—and we’ve got the scoop on all the scents.
Their new permanent line features six fall-inspired fragrances that sound absolutely heavenly—and in addition to the new collection, Yankee has also redesigned some limited-edition varieties of your old favorites, so stock up on their classic candles in newly-released decorative jars. Here’s everything we know about the latest finds.
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Farmers Market Collection
This collection features candles inspired by one of our favorite fall traditions. Lighting one of these will make you feel like you’re sipping a chai latte while browsing baked goods at your local farmers market. The new scents include Ciderhouse, Dried Lavender & Oak, Farmstand Festival, Golden Chestnut, Persimmon & Brown Sugar, and Sweet Maple Chai. Each scent is available in all eight of Yankee's traditional sizes. Choose from options as small as a tea light candle with a burn time of 6 hours, all the way up to the large jar candle with a burn time of up to 150 hours.
Fall Woods Collection
This new limited-edition collection features a twist on Yankee’s original scents you know and love. Classics like Spiced Pumpkin, Autumn Wreath, and Honeycrisp Apple Cider are now housed in decorative jars printed with trees and colorful falling leaves. The tumbler designs come in small, medium and large sizes. The small 7-ounce candle has a burn time of 55 hours, while the medium 12-ounce candle will burn for about 80 hours. The largest size jar holds a 22-ounce candle and has a burn time of up to 110 hours, so you can pick up these scents now and enjoy them all the way through the fall months—just in time to stock up on Christmas candles!
All of these products are available in stores and online right now, so head to your local Yankee Candle to stock up on every new scent between now and the first day of fall.