DW Home Candles will have your stomach growling

DW Home fall dessert candles. Image courtesy DW Home
DW Home fall dessert candles. Image courtesy DW Home /

There’s no better time than now to start stocking up on some new fall candles.  Ever had a candle that smells so good, you wanted to eat it? If you haven’t you’re in luck because DW Home Candles has launched its new line of fall dessert candles.  With scents named after some of your favorite desserts and drinks, like Pumpkin Cheesecake and Pumpkin Spice Latte, these candles smell so good your stomach will begin rummaging making you want to eat them…but don’t!

When thinking of fall cool temperatures, rich colorful leaves, and the smell of apples and pumpkin spice are often associated with it.  Not sure how the obsession with pumpkin spice began, but to my dismay, it doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon.  Looking at you Starbucks.

 There are to choose from but here are some must-buys from DW Homes Candles fall lineup.

  • Yummy options, but pumpkin spice will always take the reign
  • Pecan Pie & Cream
  • Roasted pecans and salted butter folded with fresh cream vanilla bean and cane sugar
  • Pumpkin Cheesecake
  • Pumpkin butter blends with warm nutmeg, aromatic cinnamon, and sugared clove wrapped             in creamy vanilla custard and a caramel glaze
  • Vanilla Latte
  • Vanilla sugar, vanilla bean, and steamed milk stirred with dark roast coffee
  • Pumpkin Marshmallow
  • Creamy, sweet vanilla bean marshmallow fluff stirred with spiced pumpkin and toasted over an open fire
  • Apple Cider
  • Warm apple cider swirled with woodland spices
  • Pumpkin Spice Latte

The irresistible scent of freshly brewed cappuccino accented with warm cinnamon, golden nutmeg, and hints of spicy clove spun with smooth pumpkin and whipped vanilla cream.

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These are only a few from DW Home Candles fall dessert line, there are tons more to choose from.  It’ll be a hard decision, but which candle would you try first?