Candle brand Lily-Flame has created a chocolate-scented candle inspired by Aero Bliss

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Photo credit: Aero
Photo credit: Aero

From Good Housekeeping

British candle maker Lily-Flame is easily recognisable and a firm favourite on the shelves of John Lewis for years. Now the brand has collaborated with Aero to create a chocolate scented candle inspired by premium range Aero Bliss.

The new limited edition Chocolate Bliss candle is described as: "velvety, bubbly perfection" in the press release and currently even comes with a box of the tasty chocs; making it a perfect Christmas gifting set .

We all know a chocolate lover who would be delighted to find one of these under the tree and be able to scent their whole room with chocolate.

A regal purple and gold tin draws on the colours of the chocolates' packaging and houses the chocolatey brown candle.

Lily-Flame lists the burn time as 35 hours to enjoy, with the brand saying it: "Melts perfectly to create a deliciously smooth chocolate scent sensation."

Photo credit: Aero
Photo credit: Aero

The whimsical collaboration works well for both brands, as both combine an element of fun with sumptuous self care.

The bubbly Aero Bliss range features treats like Salted Caramel, Milk Chocolate, Hazelnut Praline and Peppermint flavours. While Lily-Flame experiments with quirky scents like Happy Birthday scented and Fairy themes.

It's fun, it's festive and it's on our wish list.

BUY NOW Chocolate Bliss Candle £8.95, with free chocolates for a limited period.

Aero Bliss are available from major supermarkets and convenience stores for £5.00.

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