There are truly few things better than gooey, warm cinnamon buns on a chilly December morning. I can think of many times where I have spent the holiday season having a conversations with loved ones over coffee and cinnamon buns or making my own cinnamon buns with friends. They conjure up a sweet, simple atmosphere and are good at any time of year!
Recently, I made a batch of cinnamon buns that turned out wonderfully. As I was enjoying them, I realized I needed to capture their fragrance. Who doesn’t like a simultaneously sweet and spicy fragrance filling their home? Everyone should be able to bring the scent of cinnamon buns baking into their space, especially when they don’t have the time or energy to actually make them. And during the holiday season, people definitely tend to be low on time.
I made my cinnamon buns from scratch, and they definitely were worth the time and effort. If you are able to this December, I highly recommend ditching out your usual store-bought cinnamon buns and making some completely from scratch - not only are they tastier, but they will also provide you with an experience that you will never forget.
Cinnamon buns have a very distinct fragrance; it is a scent that will always make you smile and want to get baking. One of my favorite collections we have here at Purveyors of Fragrance is our Gingham Collection. Every year, we come up with new seasonal fragrances to add to the collection. It is a year-round collection with a timeless design that will look good in any home and make you want to get cozy! What better scent to add to our holiday Gingham line than “Warm Cinnamon Buns”? This is one of my favorite fragrances. It provides a wonderful ambiance when burned in your home and is even better as a gift.
Even if you have never made cinnamon buns from scratch before, this candle is sure to leave an impression on your heart. It is perfect to keep in your kitchen or cozy space during the month of December, and I would even venture to say it can be burned year-round. I am sure we all eat cinnamon buns no matter what time of year it is, so why shouldn’t we burn their fragrance year-round too?
What’s your favorite memory involving warm cinnamon buns? I would love to hear in the comments below!