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**Yummy Scents Collection**

 

Apple Cinnamon - Delicious apples perfectly coated with warm spicy cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla notes.

 

Gingerbread - Sweet and warm with a ginger fragrance combines warm vanilla and spices for a homemade, fresh from the oven scent.

 

Sugar Cookie - Yummy cookies made with sugar and vanilla and fresh from the oven.

 

Brown Sugar & Fig - A sweet medley of fresh fig sprinkled with caramelized brown sugar.

 

Blueberry Cobbler - Top notes of butter and juicy blueberries with a background of freshly ground cinnamon bark and warm vanilla.

 

Chocolate Devil's Food Cake - Devil's food cake was the favorite dessert of the early 1900s in America. Devils food cake is usually thought of in terms of dark chocolate, but originally it was red. A light-textured chocolate layer-type cake with a deep reddish brown color, and a darker color than regular chocolate cake. If you love the smell of chocolate, this fragrance is definitely for you.

 

Cranberries & Oranges - is a blend of citrus notes followed by notes of cranberry, and hints of spice. Holiday spirits are surely to be lifted with this wonderful fragrance.

 

Vanilla Buttercream - The delicious scent of creamy vanilla and powdered sugar, butterum with a dash of spice. Whipped with sweet churned butter to create the perfect fluffy and decadent confection.

 

Orange Dreamsickle - A favorite childhood summer treat you never outgrow . . . a cool blend of orange and vanilla ice cream. Perfect anytime but especially on a summer day.

 

Maple Pecan - This fragrance is a great blend of the maple syrup mixed with a rich pecan aroma. A sweet scent baked to perfection.

 

Frosted Pumpkin - A warm, delicious concoction of pumpkin, with sweet smelling spices, honey and maple topped with sugary vanilla frosting. This enticing aroma will definitely enrapture those close by.

 

Hazelnut Coffee - Hazelnut flavored coffees rank among the most popular flavored coffees in the market. The tradition of flavoring coffee with hazelnuts goes back many centuries. According to tradition, Alpine monks added crushed hazelnuts to their coffee to flavor it. Hazelnuts have been used in confectionery to make praline, something monks very likely made for themselves and their communities. Hazelnuts were also widely used by many people in combination with chocolate for truffles and other chocolate delicacies.