Summer is one of those seasons that has a certain scent and feel to it. The scent that is created by a combination of the heat, the outdoor grill, and your swimming pool is hard to mistake.
We would also be remiss if we neglected to mention the scent of that sunscreen that we rely on so heavily this time of year.
If you are anything like us, you have probably wondered if anyone could ever bottle that scent and sell it to us. As it turns out, the good folks over at Budweiser have had the same thought and they are here to make life a bit more interesting.
They released a Homesick x Budweiser Backyard BBQ candle, the “ode to your favorite summer pastime.” It’s only available for a limited time, so you will definitely want to get it while you can.
Anyone who lives for the scent of fresh food off the grill mixed with that classic Budweiser aroma is sure to love this one. In fact, we are thinking of keeping one of these bad boys for the winter months.
Once it has been lit, the candles provides an aroma that is best described as musky, with notes of allspice, barley, and smoke. This candle was crafted in a collaboration with Homesick, a home fragrance and lifestyle brand. It’s the sort of thing that we did not know that we needed.
The smell of summer is something we often find ourselves longing for as soon as it is time to break out the winter coats and snow shovels.
“We love capturing the moments that matter most through scent, so we had a blast working with Budweiser on this collaboration,” Lauren Lamagna, General Manager at Homesick, said in a recent press release. “So many of our favorite summer memories involve BBQ and Bud, meaning we had a ton of personal experience to draw on creating these candles.”
We can’t wait to have a beer while burning one of these candles in the dead of winter. It’s the easiest way to make sure that we are able to enjoy the summer season, even when the calendar has turned against us.
If you would like one of these candles, Homesick is selling them for $34. For an extra $15, you can even get a personal message engraved!SKM: below-content placeholder