Scent Profile: Spiced Apple

Scent Profile: Spiced Apple

What do you love most about Autumn? For us, it’s walking through crunchy leaves, layering cosy knitwear and the trees coming alive with gorgeous hues of amber and crimson. Oh and let’s not forget, the smell of delicious baked goods filling your home… heaven!


We are delighted to bring back the much loved Spiced Apple scent to our Autumn 2022 Collection. It’s a firm favourite with our #NAFIA for a reason. Just one drop will make you want to light some candles, put your cosies on and snuggle up with a hot drink by the fire. Doesn’t that just sound delightful? 

Our Spiced Apple nail & cuticle oil is the perfect harmony of fruit, spice and sweet. The warming aroma opens with crisp sugary apple adorned with notes of cinnamon, clove and nutmeg that melts gently into a background of soft powdery vanilla. Imagine warm apple strudels with vanilla cream, crackling log fires and orchards glowing with the most gorgeous colours. This is really the most wonderful time of year.





To celebrate the launch of our new autumn scents, we’re sharing some of our favourite, comforting recipes that have been the inspiration behind these delectable oils. The following Mini Spiced Apple Crumble recipe is brought to you by our Brand & Product Manager, Lisa and is the perfect autumn dessert. The crumbly topping offers a delicious crisp contrast to the tender, juicy apples with warm flavours of cinnamon spice filling every bite.

Once the Mini Spiced Apple Crumbles are out of the oven, it’s just a matter of snuggling under a blanket and enjoying this gorgeous, sweet treat.


{ Mini Spiced Apple Crumble } 

INGREDIENTS (for 2 mini crumbles):


  • 5.5 tbsp flour
  • 2.5 tbsp sugar
  • Room temp butter, 40g


  • 3 red apples
  • 0.5 tbsp butter
  • 0.5 tbsp sugar
  • 0.5 tbsp cinnamon


  • Peel & cut apples into small 1 inch pieces
  • Combine with the butter, sugar and cinnamon and mix
  • Add to a low heat pan for 8-10 minutes or until apples are soft and golden
  • Meanwhile, combine crumble ingredients and combine together with fingers in a scrunching motion (make sure not to over-mix - you’re looking for a crumble texture, if it turns into a smooth or batter consistency, you’ve over-mixed. 
  • TOP TIP: add more flour to try save if possible
  • Once apple mixture cooked, put into your ramekins and top with crumble
  • Cook in the oven at 180 degrees Celsius for 20-25 minutes or until crumble is golden
  • Take out and leave to cool, finish with your chosen toppings - powdered sugar, cream, custard, ice cream etc.