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A Lemmy Kilmister-Scented Candle Now Exists

Fancy a whiff of late Motörhead legend Lemmy? Well, this company have created the candle just for you…

Motörhead are no strangers to unusual merch – remember these branded vibrators? – and a brand-new licensed candle follows in the same peculiar fashion… as it smells like late frontman Lemmy.

The Ace Of Spades-themed invention was created by Evoke Candle Co., who are celebrating the legendary album’s 40th anniversary this November. And, appropriately, they’ve given it the scent of smoked whiskey’, which naturally will evoke the smell of the beloved rock’n’roll hero.

Read this: The man behind the myths: A tribute to my friend Lemmy

Our candle has a smoked whiskey fragrance – of course! – and features the iconic Ace Of Spades artwork, along with the Lemmy’s immortal words, Born to lose, live to win,’ making this a great keepsake after your candle is spent,” the company say in a statement. All orders will come with either a black matte candle snuffer or wick trimmer free, as our gift to you.

Crank up the album, make yourself a Lemmy (whiskey & coke) and fill the air with fire’n’whiskey (using the candle of course!) – because, That’s the way we like it baby!’ ”

While the scent falls under the bracket of smoked whiskey’, the company state that the fragrance notes include whiskey, smoke, oak and tonka bean, while the candle has a burn time of 70 – 80 hours. Get yours here.

Posted on September 24th 2020, 4:17p.m.
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