Maduraï 270 gr. Scented Candle Cire Trudon

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Scented candle by French firm Cire Trudon, belonging to the collection Les Belles Matèries, Maduraï. Weight 270 gr.

The Duke of Tuscany was first to bring jasmine in India in 1690, a flower originally from Arabia. Whether fresh or dry, they still play a role par excellence in Indian myths, legends and daily rituals. Sometimes, 'jasminum sambac' tea perfumes in loose leaves; In others, they are plaited in floral collars, spiritually revered, the aromatic flower that becomes an offering in the Hindu temples

Fragrance

Head Notes: Ylang-Ylang
Heart Notes: Jasmine
Base notes: benzoin resin

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