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Gorgeous colorful leaves, apples, pumpkins and cool crisp weather.  Fall is an amazing season in Maine.  Our fall candles can bring a bit of this beautiful season in to your home. 


Candle scents to choose from:  We offer the following fall scents year round.  Each season we offer a special scent or two that is offered for a limited time.

Apple Orchard
Cinnamon Kitchen
Pumpkin Chai

Apple Orchard - Apple Orchard is a true, ripe apple fragrance combined with bright fruit notes and just a touch of spice. This fragrance is infused with natural essential oils, including cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, orange, and cedarwood.

Cinnamon Kitchen -  Cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, wood, vanilla and tonka ben come together to create this warm and comfroting scent.

Pumpkin Chai - Cardamom, Apple, Pumpkin, Brown Sugar, Black Pepper, Vanilla, Clove, Cinnamon, Cream and Praline.  Our fall best seller!



Visit our Scent Descriptions page for more detailed information about our scents.

Fall Candles

  • Safety and Success Tips

    The first time you burn your candle, be sure to burn until the melt pool reaches all the way around the circumference of the candle.  This will prevent it from tunneling down the middle.  

    -Please do not "Power Burn".   Power burning is when one burns a candle for more than 4 hours.  This can cause the melt pool of liquid wax to get to deep and hot.   Many customers like to have a candle going all the time while they are home.  We suggest blowing out the candle that has been burning for a long time and then light another candle.

    -Keep your cotton wicks trimmed to 1/4" at all times and your wooden wicks trimmed to 1/8".   If the flame gets too big it will burn your candle faster and can be dangerous. If you see it getting to big, just blow out the candle, trim the wick and relight.

    -Be sure your candle's melt pool is always free of wick trimmings, matches etc.  

    -Keep out of reach of children and pets at all times.

    -Never leave a burning candle unattended.

    -Burn your candle on a heat safe surface and keep away from flammable objects such as curtains, paper and linens etc.

    -Please do not attempt to move a candle that has been burning for awhile.  The container and wax can get very hot.

    Following these simple guidelines will allow you to enjoy your candle and will keep you and your loved ones safe.

    Thank you for supporting our family business

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