To celebrate the Met’s exhibition “Before Yesterday We Could Fly: An Afrofuturist Period Room,” the museum collaborated with Harlem Candle Co. on a limited-edition candle. The candle, called Seneca, imagines a world in which Seneca Village — a historically Black village that was destroyed to make way for Central Park — still exists and thrives. Apparently, a modern-day Seneca Village smells like spiced black tea. It’s also mixed with the scents of present-day Central Park, which has notes of wild thyme and cedarleaf, and finishes off with the scent of incense, clove, birch, vetiver, and powdery concrete. The exhibition opens on November 5, but the candle is currently available to purchase — which you can burn while you wait.