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Candles with the Scents of Star Wars

The smells mentioned in Star Wars are not exactly the things you'd want your home to smell like: the inside of a tauntaun, the garbage compactor, a walking carpet. But if you are into that sort of thing, Merchoid is now offering candles scented like your memories of the Star Wars original trilogy. You can buy sets of five candles from each movie, or a set of all 15. The limited edition version comes with an engraved plinth on which to display them. The scents are:

        Wookie: Ever wondered what a walking carpet smells like?
        Bantha Milk: Love the smell of bantha milk in the morning?
        Trash Compactor: Find out what was very nearly the last smell Luke, Leia and Han ever experienced
        X-wing Cockpit: Perfect for playthroughs of Battlefront’s aerial combat
        Cantina: Eau de scum and villainy
        Lightsaber Duel: Do you prefer the smell of the dark side or the light side?
        Han Solo Carbonite: This smell is all Leia had to remember Han for a long time
        Millenium Falcon: She may not look much, but she’s got it where it counts (the smell)
        Inside of a Tauntaun: Thought it smelt bad on the outside? You’ve experienced nothing yet!
        Yoda’s Cooking Pot: Yoda’s legendary Force powers are only eclipsed by his cooking skills. Smell it for yourself!
        Rancor: The only way to smell a Rancor without ending up its lunch
        Sarlaac Pit: Add a new dimension to your favourite ROTJ scene
        Jabba’ Palace: Admit it, you’ve always wondered what Jabba smells like
        Ewok: Do they smell as cute as they look? Let’s find out!
        Death Star Destroyed: The sweet smell of rebellion

Check out the selection here. Mind you, they are not cheap. -via Geeks Are Sexy

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