Chili, La Paz - Bolivia, Scented Candle
190 g (6.7 Oz.)
- Voyage de Parfumeur collection, highlighting Lalique’s Hirondelles motif
- Scented Candle 190 g (6.7 Oz)
- Glass Candle
- Black lacquered glass
- White wax
- Burning time: 40 to 50 hours
- Made in France
Contains: OCTAHYDRO TETRAMETHYL ACETONAPHTONE ; ALPHA-ISO-METHYLIONONE ; D-LIMONENE ; LINALYL ACETATE ; PIPERONAL ; DAMASCENONE.
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May cause an allergic skin reaction. Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.
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Never burn the candle for more than 4 hours
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The mysterious Bolivia... Part of the Ancient Incas Empire, it is believed to be a chili pepper motherland. This hot fruit inspired Incas myths and folktales. Revered as a deity, Ayar-Uchu, or «Brother Chili Pepper», was one of the four brothers emerged at the inception of the Incas world.
- Chili Peppercorn
- Mineral Accord
The Perfumer is traveling through the endless wild landscapes of Bolivia in pursuit of the sweet pungency of chili, exuding tenderly smoky cedar wood notes surrounded by an intriguingly gentle accord of mineral paprika.