Christmas is back!

Hello there,

We're well into November now - where has the time gone?! I can't believe it's only 5 weeks until Christmas. I am trying to savour this time as much as possible as it always just goes by in a flash... Before I know it, it'll be January. Therefore, we're jumping right into feeling festive. We haven't got our tree yet but we've been lighting all of our Christmas scented candles and have reed diffusers dotted all over the place!

Which leads me to telling you about our Christmas range here at Olivine and Ruby. We've brought back our festive favourite Yuletide in London which is an ode to the capital at this magical time. I just adore London in December, doing the Christmas lights walk, marvelling the sights and sounds at Hyde Park and seeing the traditional decorations at Trafalgar Square. The scent was one of the biggest sellers up until late January and I'm not surprised. It's such a unique festive scent, sure to make anyone want to cosy up on the sofa with a Christmas film and hot chocolate.

We currently sell the Yuletide in London collection in Small and Classic candles, wax melt boxes and reed diffusers. It also makes up part of the Seasonal Set Winter Edition. Our newest Christmas scent titled New Forest Winter comes in the same products.

New Forest Winter is based on the most gloriously enchanting forest in Hampshire which is just beautiful in all seasons, but especially in winter when it's so fresh and crisp and the low sun beams gold through the trees. It's my favourite walking spot with my family. The fragrance is all about bringing that fresh wintery scent indoors. Think Christmas tree vibes with layers of red berries, orange, woods and clove 🎄 It's a winner for us and is the epitome of Christmas smells.

As well as these two festive favourites, I also encourage customers to try the Hong Kong Nights and Roman Eventide collections for those deep, hearty spicy notes that are so matched with the cosy winter season, being indoors and entertaining guests. Bliss!

I hope you enjoy browsing the Christmas shop - let me know your favourites!


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