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November 21, 2013
Would you want your home to smell like KFC? New candle promoting Kentucky is scented with real fried chicken
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While the smell of fried chicken can be enough to make your mouth water, most people probably wouldn't want the scent wafting through their home.

But thanks to a new line of scented candles made by Kentucky for Kentucky, homeowners can buy a candle made from real fried chicken and all-natural soy wax that smells just like the famous fast food chain.

The other candles in the collection meant to promote the bluegrass state are made to smell like Kentucky’s official soft drink, Ale 8, and the Kentucky Derby.

Kathy Werking, who collaborated with Kentucky For Kentucky on the collection, created the KFC candle by frying actual chicken in soy wax and adding a blend of 11 herbs and spices.
11/21/13 11:20 AM
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