If there's one home item we can't stop thinking about during the autumn season, it's fall candles. There's just something about this time of year that lends itself to the amber glow and cozy scents of these wax delights. And based on the latest post from @aldifavoritefinds, we are not alone in this seasonal sentiment.
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The Instagram user announced that they found triple-layer candles for only $5.99 at their local Aldi. The best part? The candles feature the following fall scents: Caramel Apple Pumpkin, Orange Cranberry Bundt Cake, and Sugar Cookie (which is perfect for winter too!).
On the Aldi website, the retailer announced that these specific Huntington Home Triple Layer Candles are new as of September 22 to September 28. However, the brand also notes that some products may not be available at your nearby Aldi due to shipping delays. So before you go out to get one of these scents, make sure you give your store a call to ensure that they're in stock.
In the comment's section on Instagram, Aldi fans are jumping for joy at this candle news. "Well, there goes this week's paycheck," one user writes. Many others are planning to snag one during their next trip to Aldi.
What other Aldi fall candles are there?
According to @aldi.candle.love on Instagram, these are some of the other fall candles you can expect to see in stores:
- Huntington Home Mercury Glass Pumpkin Candle (coming to stores in October) in scents Pumpkin Frosting, Pumpkin Toffee, and Sippin' Cider
- Huntington Home Halloween 3-wick Candle in scents Moonbeams and Magic, Fright Night Fog, and A Haunting We Will Go
- Huntington Home Ceramic Pumpkin Candle in scents Pumpkin Nut Bread, Pumpkin and Salted Caramel, and Roasted Pumpkin Marshmallow
- Huntington Home Harvest Candle in scents Apple Harvest, Pumpkin Cinnamon, Cedar Oakwood, and Pumpkin Cream Cookie
We can't wait for our homes to smell like all things fall.
Anna is a Los Angeles-based writer and editor who covers lifestyle and design content for Hunker. She's written for Apartment Therapy, the L.A. Times, Forge, and more. She previously worked as the lifestyle editor at HelloGiggles and deputy editor at So Yummy. Her email: firstname.lastname@example.org