Charred Oak Candle

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Charred oak from inside a barrel that once aged Kentucky Bourbon, captured in a candle and poured for you is a reusable old-fashioned rocks glass.

This intoxicating scent has become a favorite with Kentucky Bourbon Trail travelers. 

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  • 5
    Great Candle - Charred Oak

    Posted by Chris on Jan 3rd 2024

    My wife loves these candles. We have one in the house at all times. In fact, I just ordered 6 more when our last one was running low. Smells great and lasts a while. Enjoy!

  • 5
    I love your candles!

    Posted by Lisa Wells on Oct 4th 2021

    The scent of your candles warms my heart. These candles were my favorite of my sisters who recently died of cancer. Every time I went to visit we would burn them and just keep saying how lovely they are. It’s a real” scent of oak. Not remotely artificial. Made of the highest quality And burn /last for a very long time. Keep up the good work!

  • 5
    LOVE this candle!

    Posted by Bobbi Jo Russell on Dec 21st 2020

    Great smell, long lasting. Got this for my husband for his 49th birthday, and he just loves it!

  • 4
    Fantastic candle

    Posted by Linda Vetter on May 21st 2020

    I am not a fan of foo-foo, floral smelling candle as their smells can sometime be overwhelming. The Charred Oak candle has beautiful notes of oak, bourbon and cinnamon that bring a pleasant aroma to any room.

  • 5
    Can’t Get Enough

    Posted by Febes on Apr 25th 2020

    I’m so glad I found this candle - it is AMAZING! I always have it lit & so enjoy the fragrance.

  • 5
    Charred Oak

    Posted by Ardante Gordon on Mar 22nd 2019

    This is excellent when having guest over for dinner. They’ll remember this scent with the visit.

  • 5

    Posted by Jessica Hansen on Sep 9th 2018

    This candle before it is even lit smells EXACTLY what it says its does. I love visiting distilleries and love bourbon. Every time I smell this, it brings me right back to those Kentucky distilleries I love to visit!!