September signals the beginning of fall with the start of apple harvest season! From apple brown butter to the all American apple pie, there’s no doubt about it, apple is the favorite fragrance for this time of year.
Because of my love for trivia, I'd like to share with you a few facts about apples you may not know:
* The average person eats 65 apples a year.
* Apples float because 25% of their volume is air.
* The Adam's apple got it's name because it was believed the apple stuck in Adam's throat when he swallowed it.
* China produces more apples than any other country.
* The only apply native to North America is the crabapple.
Now that you are prepared for next week's Jeopardy episodes, let me tell you a bit about Apple as the September fragrance of the month.
I have three apple fragrances for you to choose from for the September fragrance of the month. First is last year’s favorite Apples and Oak. Apples and Oak combines a harvest of apples of all varieties with the woodsy scent of oak and moss.
|Apple Harvest 12 oz. candle|
New to this year’s line up is Apple Harvest. Combining MacIntosh, Granny Smith, and Red Delicious, Apple Harvest brings the “just in from the orchard” smell into your home.
Last is new Pumpkin Applebutter. This custom blended fragrance has more of a traditional harvest scent, bringing the favorite fragrances from September and October into one home’s with a healthy dose of cinnamon. Be careful—people may think you’ve been cooking and canning when this candle is lit!
All Apple scented products are 10% off this September. For more information, please see my Fragrance of the Month shop section.