Star Wars Scented Candles Bring The Smell Of The Movies Home

Scented candles have been around for a long time. From apple pie to pumpkin spice, there are scents out there for just about everybody except us Star Wars fans. Until now! We finally have officially licensed Star Wars scented candles.

I thought they smelled bad on the outside.

 

Have you ever wanted to know what a Wookiee smells like or how bad a Tauntaun smells on the inside? Well thanks to these Disney-approved Star Wars scented candles we now can get those answers. The Star Wars candle scents are base off the Original Trilogy. They are broken down by film as follows:

  • A New Hope: Bantha Milk, Wookiee, Trash Compactor, X-Wing Cockpit, Cantina Bar
  • The Empire Strikes Back: Inside of a Tauntaun, Millennium Falcon, Yoda’s Cooking Pot, Han Solo in Carbonite, Lightsaber Duel
  • Return of the Jedi: Rancor, Sarlacc Pit, Jabba’s Palace, Ewok, Death Star Destroyed

What do Star Wars scents smell like?

It makes you wonder how these will really smell when you get them. We now will find out what Bantha Milk smells like. Could it have a hint of blueberry in it or smell like nothing we have ever smelled before? Will the X-Wing cockpit smell like a new car, or reek of sweat from a pilot that has been in there for a few hours? But the ones we have always wanted to know what they smelled like are the Inside of a Tauntaun and Jabba’s Palace. Will it be as bad as we think it will be? I guess we will need to buy them to find out.

Where can you get them?

If you a ready to take the chance to fill your house with the smells of Star Wars you can order them from Merchoid or Geekstore. Each Limited-edition collector’s edition features an engraved plinth for your candles along with a premium presentation box with a magnetic closure.

Star Wars Scented Candles

Maybe we will get some more Star Wars scents in the future like the Waterfalls of Naboo, Porg, or Anakin Crisp. What do you think of these scents? What scents would you like to see made? Lets us know by leaving your comments or hitting me up on Twitter @starwarsnerd574.