Home Bargains is selling a TRIO Christmas candle with candy cane, cranberry and cherry scents all in one potDecember 10, 2019
OTHER than the comforting smell of the Christmas tree, the scents we most associate with the festive season are almost always food-related. Obviously.
And it turns out, we're not the only ones who think so because Home Bargains are now selling incredible TRIO scented Christmas candles inspired by our favourite festive treats – except for the turkey, of course.
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That's right, the purse-friendly superstore is flogging enormous candles which have three different layers of scents.
In true festive fashion, the top layer smells just like a candy cane – and promises to fill your home with a sweet, pepperminty scent.
Once you've burnt your way through this layer (trust us, it'll take no time at all), you're on to cranberry – which smells much sweeter than the red jelly you have with your Christmas dinner.
And last but not least, the final fragrance is a fruity winter cherry which will no doubt have you craving a black forest gateau.
Although the festive, triple layer candle isn't available to shop online, the brand's Wickford & Co candles normally cost between £2.99 and £4.99.
Needless to say, the trio candle has sent shoppers into a total frenzy.
Commenting on Home Bargain's Instagram post, one replied: "This candle smells amazing!"
Another gushed: "Need. NEEED."
Tagging a mate in the comments, a third wrote: "We have GOT to go to Home Bargains!! Very soon!!"
For more festive inspiration, this mum has shared her genius way of stopping her "feral" kids from destroying her Christmas tree – but not everyone is happy.
And this mum splashed out £35 on a "luxury" Marks & Spencer Christmas tree – but ended up with a "dead twig" instead.
Plus this mum has been praised for making an entire Christmas tree dedicated to Aldi's Kevin the Carrot.
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