Yankee Candle Walmart Fall Wax Melt Reviews 2019

August 30, 2019

Yankee Candle Walmart Fall Wax Melt Reviews 2019

This is a review of Yankee Candle fall 2019 wax melts from Walmart: Alpine Morning, Dried Lavender & Oak, Evergreen Mist, Farmstand Festival, and Golden Chestnut.

Alpine Morning
A breath of fresh mountain air, flowers and spice, with a zing of citrus.
This is a lemon scent with a fresh, crisp note, maybe a smidgen of floral, and a hint of vanilla. It has a little bit of saltiness that makes it rich. It's sweet but not overly sweet. It smells like a combination of lemon scented kitchen soap and slightly sour lemon drop candy. It's a fantastic scent, and different from other lemon scented wax melts I've smelled.

Dried Lavender & Oak
Hand tied bunches of lavender mill about the woodsy scents and spices of an outdoor farmers market. Top: White Peppercorn, Lavender, Bergamot; Mid: Davana, White Flowers, Moss; Base: Vanilla, Patchouli, Cedarwood
This scent came out in candle and Scenterpiece this past June. It's fantastic, a super sweet lavender scent with a candy note (although it's not a foodie scent), warm amber, and a hint of wood. It has a smidgen of a perfumey note too. It's smells different melted than it does on cold sniff. On cold sniff it has a hint of a peppery, slightly lemony note that I only smell close up when melting, but not in the room.

Evergreen Mist
A walk through a snow-carpeted evergreen forest in the morning mist. Top: Douglas Fir, Orange Zest, Forest Air; Mid: Evergreen Bark, Eucalyptus; Base: Balsam, Vanilla, Pine
A wonderful pine scent with a fresh air note and a little bit of sweet vanilla. It's very pleasant, without any harsh pine notes. I really like it! Looking at the scent notes, there's the air and vanilla notes. I don't smell orange though, but if it's in there, that might be why I like this scent so much because I love the combination of pine and citrus.

Farmstand Festival
The inviting scents of an autumn market of mulled fruits and rich berries paired with the rustic scent of weathered wood. Top: Elderberry, Blackberry; Mid: Bayberry, Mahogany; Base: Barn Wood
This is one of the weirdest wax melt scents I've ever smelled, and I can't figure out the notes. I don't like it on cold sniff and close-up when melting, but I love the way it smells in the room when melting. It's like two different scents! On cold sniff and from close-up when melting, it's kind of herbal and savory with slightly sour woodsy and balsam notes, and I don't smell fruit at all, or the rich mahogany. But when melted, I smell the fruit first (sweet and very slightly tart plum, plus a buttery blueberry, the combination of which smells like rich, warm elderberry syrup), along with the rich, tobacco-ey mahogany wood, a little bit of a sweet candy note, and a smidgen of pine. So as much as I don't like it on cold sniff, I adore this scent when melting! And looking at the scent notes, they're spot on!

Golden Chestnut
Warm chestnuts roasted with ground spices, woodsy herbs and a touch of citrus. Top: Cinnamon Bark, Orange, Cardamom; Mid: Smoked Chestnuts, Jasmine; Base: Cedar, Amber, Sandalwood
This smells like cinnamon with a hint of very slightly smoky chestnut. Looking at the scent notes, I really just smell the cinnamon and chestnut, like 80/20. It's a nice scent, but not as different from other cinnamony scents as I would have liked; I would have preferred much more chestnut and much less cinnamon.

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