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These Candles Make Your House Smell like a Dunkin’

A doughnut-scented candle sits on a counter with doughnuts stacked on top.
Homesick/Dunkin’

If you’ve ever walked into a coffee shop (no shame intended on your drive-thru game), you’re familiar with the smell of ground coffee, baked goods, and love (okay, maybe that last one’s just me). Now, you can bring that smell home with Dunkin’ candles.

The classic coffee and doughnut shop has partnered with Homesick candles to create its own fragrances for the second year. This time, Dunkin’ has two options: Old Fashioned and Original Blend.

Old Fashioned includes notes of cinnamon, sugar, vanilla, nutmeg, and all the yummy aromas of an oven-baked doughnut. Original Blend focuses more on coffee notes, like espresso beans. But whether you’re into sweet smells or the scent of coffee, one of these will work for you.

A collection of Dunkin' candles sit arranged among cups and coffee beans.
Dunkin’/Homesick

If you want your home to smell like the inside of a Dunkin’, you can pick up both candles on the Homesick website. Individually, they retail for $34, but you can also personalize them for an extra $15 if you’re looking for a stocking stuffer.

You might want to grab yours quickly, though—the candles sold out quickly after their debut last year.

The biggest question, though, isn’t when to shop, but whether you’re a coffee or doughnuts person.

[Via House Beautiful]

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