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Fall Seasonal Collection Charleston Candle Co.

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Fall Seasonal Collection Charleston Candle Co.


Easy Bay Bourbon
Palmetto Pumpkin
The Gold Bug
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Fall Seasonal Collection Charleston Candle Co.

Our 6 Seasonal Scents are available in 4 oz. gold embossed travel tins for easy gifting for your customers! Also available for our Signature Collection.
Made in United States

Easy Bay Bourbon:
The classic fall apple cinnamon scent has taken a trip down East Bay Street! East Bay is home to some great restaurants and bars, so where better to pick up a fall-inspired cocktail... candle? It's a great place to end your day in downtown Charleston where you can either stop in for a relaxing dinner and drink, or find a lively spot to enjoy the nightlife. Whatever your preference, this candle is sure to bring home a fun, Charleston take on a fall classic!

Note Profile:
Top: Apple, Cinnamon, Orange
Middle: Bourbon, Butter, Coconut
Base: Maple, Vanilla

Palmetto Pumpkin:

One of the best activities during the fall is going to one of the local pumpkin patches and picking out the prettiest one you can find. Even better is turning pretty pumpkins into gorgeous pumpkin pies! Our Palmetto Pumpkin Pie will fill your home with smells of butter, sugar, and spices for an irresistible bakery fragrance.

Note Profile:
Top: Ginger, Allspice, Cinnamon
Middle: Pumpkin, Brown Sugar, Nutmeg
Base: Clove, Molasses, Vanilla

The Gold Bug:

If you're a fan of Edgar Allan Poe, you may know that he was stationed with the army at Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island in 1827. This is where he drew the inspiration for his short story "The Gold-Bug," published in 1843, about a man who relocates to Sullivan's after losing his family fortune. The story turns mysterious and cryptic like many of Poe's stories do, and this scent is enchanting and intriguing much like Poe's tales.

Note Profile:
Top: Mandarin
Middle: Cedar, Jasmine
Base: Sandalwood, Amber, Dark Musk

Item Number: 282-20557

Item ID: 48757