If you just love the smell of a fresh turkey straight from the oven mixed with the whiff of tasty stuffing then you're going to love this next item.
Ahead of the oncoming Thanksgiving celebrations, Yankee Candles have developed a product that releases the aroma of turkey and stuffing when burned, or as the company say, the smell of “plump, butter-basted turkey and savory stuffing filled with celery, carrots and herbs.”
It seems that food based candles are now all the rage with Bacon scented wax also on the market.
We're not exactly sure how realistic the Thanksgiving candles smell but if you're desperate to find out they cost $18 and can be ordered online from Yankee Candles, alternatively, you could just roast a turkey.
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