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Homesick Candles Let You Relive Your Home State’s Smell

by Conner Flynn
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Everyone gets homesick from time to time. A part of you will always miss the place where you grew up. So these Homesick Candles can bring back the memories by filling the room with your home state’s unique scents. Although some of the scent combos are questionable, your state’s fragrance may bring back some fond memories.

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Texas, for instance, is the scent of leather, cotton, and sage. Washington is cherry, coffee, and rain, and Georgia is sweet tea and peach.

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They don’t have all of the states yet; only 27 out of 50. They say that the New Jersey candle smells like the New Jersey Shore, although how they got the smell of rusty syringes and hair gel, I have no idea. I kid. I’m sure it smells nice.

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Each hand-poured candle burns for 60 to 80 hours and comes in a soda can-shaped glass. Homesick Candles are currently on sale for $29.95(USD) each, a savings of $5 off the regular price.

[via Cool Things]

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