Midwest Living Review
Four sisters hand-dip all of the paraffin-wax candles sold in this shop out in the peaceful countryside along CR 114. On days when they're making carved wedding- and lighthouse-shaped candles, customers are welcome to watch them at work. They also mix their own scents; currently, they have 75 different fragrances. Typical of Amish shops, the simple frame building has minimal furnishings and is neat and clean. The prices are reasonable, too, ranging from $2 for a scented votive in a jar to $21 for a carved candle with an oil lamp in the middle (because you burn the oil, the fancy candle never melts). Credit cards aren't accepted, so be sure to carry cash.