You can now buy a scented candle that smells just like Biscoff

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Twisted: Unserious food tastes seriously good.

Biscoff is one of life’s simple pleasures, whether it’s scoffing (pun intended) an entire pack or politely dipping one or two into a coffee, they always hit the spot.

It’s tricky to have self-control when it comes to the biscuits, though, because they are so incredibly moreish.

But fear not! So cult are Biscoff biscuits that now you don’t need any restraint at all. In fact, you can even fill your home with the scent of a freshly opened pack of biscuits.

What a dream.

Anyone fancy a candle that smells of Biscoff? (Credit: Etsy / TinyTinCandleCo)

The biscuity homeware offering comes from TinyTinCandleCo on Etsy, and it gives Biscoff lovers the chance to bask in a speculoos aroma whenever they please. 

The candles come in a variety of tin colours feating gold, silver and rose gold.

You can order either 100ml or 250ml candles, so Biscoff addicts can now eat their favourite food while filling their homes with it’s scent at the same time – what’s not to love?

The only issue that is foreseeable with these candles is that it’ll be impossible to light them and not become extremely hungry afterward.

lotus biscoff scented candle

Biscoff addicts, where you at? (Credit: Alamy)

So, be warned. You’re going to want a packet of Biscoff or a handy jar of the spread to tuck into as soon as you set one alight.

Speaking of Biscoff, not long ago, KitKat released a chunky bar flavoured with the biscuit and white chocolate.

While sharing a pic on Twitter, Nestle wrote: “Calling all @KITKAT fans! We’ve got a breaks bonanza for you with exciting new products hitting the shelves. Including the launch of KitKat Chunky White with Lotus Biscoff and the nationwide of rollout KitKat Vegan.”

The bars are coated in chocolate of either milk or white variety, and then inside you can find layers of the lotus delight… which sounds completely mouth watering.

Honestly, it sounds like a good portion of the future should be dedicated to sitting at home surrounded by Biscoff biscuits with the scent of the candles filling the room.

Now all we need is somebody to create a playlist of Lotus Biscoff-related sounds so we can truly indulge all of the senses… or is that a little bit too far?