Yes, we finally managed to trap the stank of sex and death in candles. Mona owner David Walsh said they ‘should have a hint of leather and sadness’. We assume he meant the sex candle. For the death product we instead focussed on the scent of a shallow grave loosely covered with things found growing near the Berriedale foreshore. Light one up and invite the neighbours over.
note: our sales data tell us the smell of 'Sex' is 20% more popular than the smell of 'Death'. Except in South Australia, where 'Death' is the clear favourite. Make of this data what you will.