October 13, 2008

Let's Get Lit Liquor Bottle Candles

lets_get_lit_candles.jpgLooking for ways to class up your home bar? Thinking your dorm room needs another liquor-related item to really tie the room together? Sick of drinking in the dark? If any of these questions describes you, then "Let's Get Lit" liquor bottle candles could be right for you.

Let's Get Lit makes high-quality, gel wax candles in bottles ranging from Jack Daniels to Jager to Jameson's, and beer bottles too, in odors from "beer to vanilla." The only downside we see is that these candles cost as much or more than the hard stuff that originally came in the bottles, but when we look on the bright side - at least the candle will last longer than a Saturday night and you probably won't have a headache when you're done with it.

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Posted by Jake Jamieson at October 13, 2008 3:44 PM
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