Without the lanterns telling him if the British were arriving by land or by sea, Paul Revere may have mistaken a squirrel for the troops, relying on the sensitive, sensor-activated floodlights outside the Old North Church. Shed some light on the candle's important role in American history with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of candles and gifts from The Candleberry Company.
A reputation for quality and wonderful wafts precedes each sweet-scented delivery from The Candleberry Company. The online boutique offers aromatics to satisfy all sorts of whiff whims, including oven goodies such as vanilla crumb cake ($6.99–$135.50), delicious fruits such as cinnamon-peach smoothie ($6.99–$135.50), and fresh fragrances such as country rain ($6.99–$135.50). Seasonal scents keep your nostrils flaring all the way from summer to winter to the mysterious fifth season found only in select Wisconsin suburbs. Current bestselling smells include Kentucky bourbon ($6.99–$135.50), hot maple toddy ($6.99–$135.50), apple brown betty ($6.99–$135.50), Thanksgiving family tension, and honey-buttered rolls ($6.99–$135.50).
In addition to supplying a warm, welcoming atmosphere, burning one of Candleberry's delicious, calorie-free fragrances lets you feel like you're indulging without breaking your diet, and subsequently, the porch swing. Still, Candleberry lets customers practice portion control by packaging and selling its wax in a variety of sizes, including votives ($5.99 for three), small 10-ounce jars ($13.75), large 26-ounce jars ($23.99), and feast-worthy 160-ounce cookie jars ($135.50). Call to stock up on scents to get you into the holiday spirit early really this year, or purchase additional Groupons as thoughtful and fuss-free gifts for hard-to-buy-for moms and meter maids.
Candlefind featured The Candleberry Company:
- What more can I say about this warm, inviting scent except that I'm sad that the [Hot Maple Toddy] candle is gone and I want more of it. – Julia Wooten, Candlefind