The Fall Scent You Didn't Know You Needed: Caramel Corn

Fair season has officially begun in the Hudson Valley, and what better way to celebrate than two new seasonal products?  If you’ve ever had the pleasure of attending the Dutchess County Fair, you’re familiar with the sweet smell of freshly popped caramel corn wafting through the fairgrounds. In honor of the Dutchess County Fair kicking off yesterday, we captured one of our favorite scents into a delicious Soy Wax Candle and Lip Balm. Let’s get into our newest edition to our Fall collection: Caramel Corn. 

Whether you’re lighting a candle or moisturizing your lips, the saccharine scent of salted caramel layered over buttery popcorn is intoxicating. Top notes of Orange and Coconut are complemented by middle notes of Caramel, Sea Salt, and Praline. That sweetness is paired with base notes of Butter and Popcorn to make a Fall scent so good you’ll resist the urge to take a bite. 

When creating this new candle and lip balm, we knew we wanted to capture the essence of Fall while introducing a unique new take on seasonal favorites. The Dutchess County Fair is renowned in the Hudson Valley and beyond, so we decided to encapsulate this annual Hudson Valley staple into our Autumn lineup. 

Our Soy Wax Candles are safer for your home, your pets, and you due to the fact that it leaves significantly less soot and toxins as it burns. Another benefit to our Soy Wax Candles is a longer burn time than Paraffin Wax, meaning you get to enjoy this unique take on Fall scents longer. 

Our Lip Balms are made with all-natural, nourishing ingredients to increase the overall health of your lips long after application. Sunflower Seed Oil, Beeswax, and Vitamin E sink moisture into your lips while giving them the antioxidant boost they need to stay healthy as the weather starts to cool down. 

Caramel Corn Soy Wax Candle and Lip Balm are limited edition and will only be available for a few months, so make sure you stock up and immerse yourself in a new Fall scent that will quickly become an old favorite.