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Even Ellen DeGeneres isn't immune to the charms of the scent.
The large jar (shown) burns for around 110 hours, leaving your home with a long-lasting scent that can only be described as welcoming. "(It) makes my soul feel cozy," one reviewer wrote.
The candle features a variety of scent notes that combine for a unique aroma. You'll initially smell are citrus, orange, nutmeg and spiced pumpkin. Don't be surprised if you start to smell cinnamon after a while because that's in the body of the scent. The final impression will leave you smelling vanilla to bring everything together.
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One reviewer described it as, "A perfect blend of warm spices and pumpkin! It's fall in a jar!"
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Here are a few more items from DeGeneres's list to help you make the most of the season.
Warm up after a long day of pumpkin picking with these apple cider K-Cup pods. The combination of brown sugar, cinnamon and apples is sure to make you feel like it's fall all-year round.
Once you're finished with your hot apple cider, carve those pumpkins you picked with this rotary tool. It even comes with a pumpkin carving kit that includes ten carving templates.
Consider Halloween handled with this bowl and candy combo. It includes mini versions of Reese's, Krackel, Mr. Goodbar and other classic favorites.
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