Did you know that Aaron Burr once tried to light a candle by shooting at it with his gun? It worked, but it also set his shirt and a bunch of his stuff on fire. There’s a lesson in there somewhere, but we don’t know what it is.
If you can’t afford tickets to a certain hit Broadway show about Alexander Hamilton, then why not do the next best thing: Listen to the soundtrack.
But if for some reason you can’t do that, then why not do something else entirely: Buy an Aaron Burr-Scented Candle!
The Aaron Burr-Scented Candle smells of gunsmoke drifting low in the Weehawken dawn. Like its namesake, it is elegant, mysterious, and unprincipled (at least compared to other candles). It’s perfect for burning incriminating evidence of your treasonous plots, setting the mood while you a seduce a wealthy heiress, or both at the same time. (Why not!)
Aaron Burr always had some kind of fun scheme afoot, like the time he founded a water company that didn’t provide anyone with water, because it was actually the bank JPMorgan Chase. The Aaron Burr-Scented Candle is always hatching schemes, too, most of which revolve around trying to set your stuff on fire. So just like with the real Aaron Burr, you’re going to want to keep your eye on it, and not undermine its campaign to become governor of New York.