I looked it up too, and couldn't find anything. Is there a particular flavor bean you're going for? Maybe you could use coordinating essential oils to make the scent a little stronger. I used to make candles with my mom and we put whole coffee beans in the candle holder base, then poured the melted wax (with scented oil added) carefully over the beans. You could smell the coffee as the candle burned further towards the end. I know you can't make drinking coffee and use that to add scent, it makes a runny mess... You could grind up the coffee and add it to the wax as you're warming it, if you don't mind coffee grounds in your candle. I bet that would work.
If you don't already know, when you melt wax use an old jar placed inside a pot of water so the wax doesn't scorch or ruin a pan! If you figure out a better way, please tell me what it is! I'm always looking for easier, faster, and better ways to make stuff =) GL!
at 4:52 AM on Dec. 11, 2008