New Mac Candle

Oct 7, 2016

Category: Living

While you can use clever ventilation to air out a stale or stinky space, sometimes it’s easier to light a candle and let it do the work. Unfortunately, most candles are holiday themed or geared toward the fairer sex. And since we’re not particularly interested in being caught using a “White Zinfandel” Yankee Candle and one that smells of gasoline might be just a bit too aggressive, we’re glad the folks at Twelve South found the middle ground with their New Mac candle.

Using a clever combination of mint, peach, basil, lavender, mandarin, and sage scents, these candles are designed to smell like a fresh-from-the-box Apple product. They’re also made from 100% soy wax and have a burn time of 45-55 hours, so you can fill your nostrils with the pleasant scent long after your new iPhone 7 loses it. And each of these nifty wax torches was hand poured in Charleston, South Carolina. For just $24, you can get that New Mac smell for your own home or office – even if you don’t actually own any Apple products. [Purchase]

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