Yankee Candle Scented Tealight Candles Reviews
Product Type: Yankee Candle household products
Description:Brand: Yankee Candle / Home Fragrance / Use multiple tea lights for dramatic style, or alone for a fragrant accent in a small room.
Newest Review: ... my tea lights in the lounge and the kitchen. They create a lovely atmosphere. I also tried them in the garden this summer ... more
Customer Yankee Candle Scented Tealight Candles Reviews (5)
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
Yankee Candle Scented Tealight Candles Description: Brand: Yankee Candle / Home Fragrance / Use multiple tea lights for dramatic style, or alone for a fragrant accent in a small room. http://www.yankeecandle.co.uk Now that winter is here and Christmas is approaching, I find that I am using more candles than I do at other times of year. There is something so relaxing about candlelight, whether it is in the bathroom (relaxing in a bubble bath) or the living room, or the bedroom (for that extra touch of romance). My absolute favourite kind of candle has to be the Yankee Candle range because they are the only ones that I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/03/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
Alot of people have a Yankee Candle in their home, there are many different candles such as scented ones, tea light ones etc. They can be found in bargin shops, and pound shops etc. They range at different prices from £3 to £5 or more depending which size candle you get. Yankee Candles are out do-able and have been for a few years. they all have there own exclusive scent which are all amazing, you can almost eat them. As the years go by Yankee Candles keep improving there ranges with lots of different versions of candles. The Yankee tea light candles burn for up to 4 - 6 hours on average, they are around £3 to £4 for box of 12 tea light ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/08 (Very useful, 691 readings)
If you are into candles in a big way, scented or otherwise then most people have already found bargain pound shops selling tea light candles. However high street outlets like Habitat and IKEA have made it more cost effective to sell 100 or so unscented "tea light," candles for £5 or more in recent years. Currently I'm using John Lewis unscented tea light candles, of which also cost me £5 and I use them currently in my Yankee Candle tart burner to provide light as well as a heated flame to heat up the solid wax tart which then turns to a fragrant hot oil. As with most things connected with candles, Yankee Candle themselves will not be outdone ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
Last Christmas I bought several candle holders that use tea lights. They not only make very pretty little ornaments but its also a great way to fragrance your home as well by using scented tealights in them. I always use Yankee Candles and bought their scented tealights for my tealight holders. The scented tea lights are made from the same high quality scented wax as all their other candles. Their products are all scented with natural extracts so the fragrances smell real. Yankee claim their tea light burn for 4 to 6 hours, I personally think this is a little bit ambitious. I would say they burn for about 4 hours which is still a good amount of time. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I am reviewing the Yankee candle Tealights, these have the same strength of fragrance as the larger candles, just in a more compact size. Let me tell you a little of the story behind Yankee Candles. 40 years ago a 17 year old boy melted his childhood crayons to make a candle to give to his Mother for Christmas. She was overyjoyed and showed a neighbour what he had done. This neighbour asked to buy it and placed orders for further candles and so Yankee Candles was born. Since then, they have expanded into different types of home fragrancing, moving with the times. The range now includes tarts which fragrance the home so much faster, car ... Read the complete review
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