As we welcome fall, people everywhere are breaking out their Uggs and ordering all the pumpkin stuff.

Among the basic necessities, of course, are fall-inspired candles. Boy, did I find the jackpot of a scent.

Texas Roadhouse took to Facebook on Monday, Sept. 19, to announce a new product that complements one of its most popular menu items, dinner rolls with honey cinnamon butter.

If you've ever been to the Dartmouth location on Faunce Corner Road or any Texas Roadhouse for that matter you know what I'm talking about.

Not only is this little basket of deliciousness complimentary with your meal, but it's also now about to be the best-selling candle to ever hit the market.

You'll be able to pre-order the candle on Friday, Sept. 23, via Texas Roadhouse's Facebook page.

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"We are so excited to share this with our fans," the restaurant chain wrote. "The candle will be $12 and the link will be shared on social as well."

Across the board, fans are raving about the new candle, with over 12,000 comments in just a couple of days.

Emily Eaton wrote in with this gem:

I think my daughter’s dream is about to come to life!

Wanda Wolfe used her powers of visualization:

I can smell it now.

Others are concerned that having such an enticing scent fill their homes will do more harm than good.

Take Maria Winslow, who's worried about bread cravings:

Smelling this candle will be bad for my waist line."

Or Ashley Shipley, who doesn't want to be let down by false promises:

Nothing was more disappointing than coming home from school smelling the aroma of something baking in the oven to find out my mother was burning a darn candle. These should be illegal.

Tracey Mayfield Dunn is blunter:

Keep that away from me, I'd probably eat the candle.

Either way, I'm here for it. Take all my money, Texas Roadhouse. I have a home in need of smelling like anything other than musty dog.

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