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Move Over Turkey, Fried Chicken is in Town

By Kentucky For Kentucky |

The holiday season is upon us. It's not even Thanksgiving yet, and the sounds and scents of Christmas pervade the air. Sure, mistletoe, peppermint and nutmeg are nice, but we know Kentuckians have been pining for something a little more savory to tickle their noses. That's why our Fried Chicken candle, our most popular "Scent of the Commonwealth," is back in action and shaking it's tail feather. Get yours this Friday at 10:00AM on our website!


Now the fresh, fried sizzle of savory golden goodness  can drift into your hearts and homes once again. Handcrafted by olfactory genius Kathy Werking, this candle is made with real fried chicken. Werking cooked up this scent for us by frying chicken in all-natural soy wax and adding some secret spices. Light up this candle, close your eyes, and by God you'd think Grandma was frying up some drumsticks in the kitchen. With only 100 of these available, you'll want to keep this mouth-watering recipe to yourself.


These candles make the perfect Christmas gift for your extra crispy loved one. Live up to your true Kentuckian potential and snag yours on our website this Friday at 10:00AM. $28.

This candle's authenticity and goofy charm made quite a splash in the press last year for being the most unique Christmas gift. "USA Today," "Los Angeles Times," "The Huffington Post," "Perez Hilton," "TIME," "UNCRATE," "Fox News," "Fast Company" and "Good Morning America" are just a few of the media outlets and food blogs that caught a whiff of our Fried Chicken Candle.

"What's the next best thing to the aroma of fried chicken wafting from a hot iron skillet?

Why, that'd be the smell of fried chicken wafting from a scented candle." – USA TODAY

"Sorry Lavender, Fried Chicken Is the New Hot Candle Scent" – TIME


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