Perhaps because I could use a nice latte at the moment: the Caffè In Piazza candle from Acqua di Parma. "Intense hints of coffee softened by sweet bouquets of fresh pastries bring a spirited Italian tradition of conviviality into your home. Bright cardamom notes recall the joyful and lively atmosphere of the piazza, enhanced by intense coffee scents. The sweetness of vanilla, evoking the aroma of freshly baked Italian pastries, finds its perfect match in a hazelnut cremino for a delicious olfactory treat." $69 at Saks Fifth Avenue.
I would be a size smaller if a candle was enough to bring me the same “joys” as a coffee and pastry. . .
. . . that said, this does sound delicious! Does AdP sell the juice, by any chance? (…Answering my own question–a search of the website does not seem to include this as a stand-alone fragrance. Boo.)
No — their new home collection appears to be standalone.
It does sound like it would smell yummy. It looks like it’s a fair-sized candle, but I still have *so* many candles from my candle-collecting phase, and $69 seems expensive for a candle.
With those delicious notes it’s sad that it looks like a citronella candle..