Your Home Deserves a Nashville-Made National Park Candle

Hand-poured piney goodness

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We still can’t visit the National Parks. Today marks Day 35 (35?!) of the government shutdown. 

However, we can smell ’em, thanks to Paddywax’s line of public lands-inspired candles, which just dropped at Huckberry. 

Paddywax hand-poured six different candles for the collection, each meant to capture the woodsy aromas of a particular National Park. Think: Acadia’s Seagrass and Driftwood, The Grand Canyon’s Cactus Flower and FernYellowstone’s Sagebrush and Fir. So, what makes these candles different from other National Park tapers? 

Check out the unusual wooden wick, poised to evoke some serious campfire vibes. And the stoneware exterior, which looks sturdy enough to hold a houseplant. Each of these candles is 100% Soy Wax and brought to life in Nashville, TN, putting to use everything from sequoia needles to iced citron to red geranium to properly capture America’s Best Idea. 

Light a couple now, and hopefully come spring we’ll be smelling the real thing, too. 


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