Have You Heard About The New Collection?

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The stunning Gatcombe Candle Co. range just keeps getting better and this month, I thought I’d share with you the amazing new collection all ready for Autumn/Winter…

Oak Noir

A firm favourite of mine combining an intense and luxurious scent. This fragrance has top notes of Black Pepper, Lemon and Ginger, with base notes of Basil, Coriander and Oak moss.

Clove & Cedar Leaf

I love the freshness of this one. Spicy and fresh with Cinnamon, Clove lifted with fir needle, Orange peel, Peach & Strawberry, with hints of Patchouli and Hyacinth.

Toasted Apple

Good enough to eat and smells just like a freshly baked Apple pie straight from the oven. An excellent festive blend combining warmed spice and baked Apple.

Spiced Orange

This one has all the Autumn vibes. Sweet zesty Orange with warm and hearty notes of Cinnamon, Nutmeg and Clove. Woody and spicy with a hint of Vanilla.


This scent will bring back all of those childhood memories making Gingerbread Men and Gingerbread Houses. The aroma of warm buttery Gingerbread, rich with Nutmeg, Cinnamon and Brown Sugar.

Warm Maple

This is one of my absolute favourites! In fact, if I could eat it, I would, it smells soo good! Revealing top notes with Orange and Peach with a spicy centre of Cinnamon & Cloves. With an unexpected ending of Maple syrup, Caramel and Vanilla. (Warm Maple is available in a wax melt only)

Wild Winter Berries

This one will give you all the Winter vibes, bursting with aromas of warm wine and sweet berries. This fragrance creates a warm ambient aroma, perfect on those cold winter evenings.

Winter Honeysuckle

One of my many favourites from this collection. Reminds me of cold, frosty Winter mornings but will leave warmth in your heart. The fragrance comes into full bloom through floral notes of frosted Honeysuckle, along with Sandalwood, Amber and Musk to complete the fragrance.

If you would like any additional information, fancy treating yourself or would like to give the most beautiful gifts this Christmas, feel free to send me a message via my contact page.


Nina x

How To Glow Your Way Through Winter

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Through the cold winter months, there is no better feeling than coming home, taking off my makeup, getting into my comfy clothes and lighting my favourite candle. I’ve always loved candles, but was often left disappointed when they didn’t burn evenly, only smelt when they weren’t lit or were left looking ugly as the black soot began to form around the top of the jar.

But as soon as I discovered the stunning range of Gatcombe Candle Co, I instantly fell in love! Nicky’s based in Shropshire and creates beautiful scented candles and wax melts which look stunning in any home.

Just like her candles, Nicky is so warm and inviting and handcrafts all of her candles and wax melts using 100% soy wax. I’ve finally discovered a candle that looks beautiful, smells out of this world and actually throws its scent as it burns.

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If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know I never stock anything I don’t love so I’m delighted that I can now spread the candle and wax melt love, as I’ve officially become a stockist for the Gatcombe Candle Co.

For me, a beautiful smelling home, makes me feel calm and happy. It helps relax my mind after a busy day. It may sound strange, but I also really like what a candle represents… As children, we were taught to always make a wish before we blew them out on a birthday cake. We often light a candle to calm our minds or to have a little soak in the bath after a long day or to reflect on loved ones who are no longer with us.

So, if you are like me and love a beautiful smelling candle or wax melt and would like more information on the scents available, please feel free to get in touch. Whether you are looking for a beautiful gift or simply want to treat yourself.

The wax melts contain six cubes which you can expect to get approximately 70 hours from the pack. The candles are available in a large tins which have an approximate burn time of 30 hours and the small tin is approximately 20 hours.


Nina x