Candles. Is more always better? Does anything go in Candle Making?
Flowers, Crystals, Coffee Beans, Cinnamon Sticks, Fruit, Metal, Pine Cones, Herbs, or anything else can be Placed in Candles.
Things that smell wonderful on their own don't always smell well while they're on fire. Cinnamon sticks, coffee beans, orange peels, rosemary... they don't smell like the 'hot' versions of themselves; instead, they smell like a blazing, smoky, acidic fire that you'd try to put out with a regular candle afterwards.
If this was a good idea, why aren't these candles sold at Yankee/B+BW/DW Home/Voluspa/Root/Any other major candle brand?
Note that severe labeling regulations apply to UK manufacturers, and that manufacturing non-food products that look like food is not permitted.
In the United States, candle manufacturing is largely unregulated. As a result, many people are doing a variety of activities that are probably not the best idea. It is not necessary for you to be one of them.
As candle manufacturers and sellers, we must exercise caution. You do so at your own risk.