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A Classic Southern Treat
Originally thought to have come from France and named after a French chef, pralines made their way to the United States through New Orleans in the 1700s. The modern day pecan praline’s common ingredients are dairy, sugar, and pecans. Some people use water or evaporated milk, while others use vanilla, maple, and bits of pecans. Along the Gulf Coast and Louisiana pralines are pronounced “prah-leens” and in most other areas of the country they pronounce it “pray-leen.”
The Perfect Cider Cup
Not only are you able to experience the sweet scents of pralines and pecan pies with this candle, your hand-crafted vessel can now double as your favorite coffee cup, wine glass, whiskey tumbler, or planter!
After burning, continue the life of your candle in the following suggested ways (or be creative and invent a new use of your own!)
Make It A Pair
Can’t get enough of our candles? Take a look at our other scents or pair your vessel with a mini candle here!