Yankee Candle Reviews: Autumn Leaves

Stoney Keeley takes us into the woods for a review of Autumn Leaves on this edition of Yankee Candle Reviews.

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Hello, and welcome in to the latest edition of Yankee Candle Reviews here on SoBros Network. I will be your host – the Fragrance Aficionado of SoBros Network, also the EIC, Stoney Keeley. My passion for Yankee Candle began in 2006, when I strolled into the location in Providence Marketplace in Mount Juliet, Tennessee. I picked up a jar of Autumn Woods, and found it captured the essence of the season perfectly. I’ve been hooked in this…well, you could even call it ‘romantic…’ relationship with Yankee Candle ever since. Today, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the wonderful autumnal fragrance, Autumn Leaves.

What the fuck is up, Denny’s?! It is time for another edition of Yankee Candle Reviews on SoBros Network, and folks, we are IN IT now. I don’t care that it’s apparently still swampass season here in Nashville, Tennessee, I am pushing through and lighting up the *early* Fall candles regardless. Even though the G.O.A.T. early Fall candle, Autumn Woods, has been discontinued by Yankee Candle (you can still find it in a stray ‘returning favorites’ or ‘lost treasures’ or whatever it’s called section every now and then), Autumn Leaves comes pretty damn close to being the premiere early Fall fragrance.

You guys know my style by now – I like those fresh, woodsy scents, and that’s exactly what Yankee Candle accomplishes with Autumn Leaves. It smells like a nice light hike around the fake lake at Long Hunter State Park as the sun begins to set on a beautiful September eve.

Recommended burning: On the first brisk day of fall, when the harvest moon has risen, and your nipples are just the slightest bit erect.


Stoney Keeley is the Editor in Chief of The SoBros Network, and a Dogs Playing Poker on velvet connoisseur. He is a strong supporter of Team GSD, #BeBetter, and ‘Minds right, asses tight.’ “Big Natural” covers the Tennessee Titans, Nashville, Yankee Candle, and a whole wealth of nonsense. Follow on Twitter @StoneyKeeley

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