Saffron, Mashhad - Iran, 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 ; D-LIMONENE ; LINALYL ACETATE ; ALPHA-ISO-METHYLIONONE ; CITRONELLOL ; COUMARIN ; PIPERONAL ; BETA-PINENE.
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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
MSDS available on request
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Saffron is said to come from the Middle-East and is rightly nicknamed "Red Gold": it is indeed the world’s most expensive spice. Saffron is widely used in the Persian cuisine, but its various facets unfold in other fields: saffron’s coloring properties were already known to prehistoric artists and the first references to its unique scent are written in the Bible…
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Saffron’s dry smell evokes hay; in this composition, leathery and woody notes dress saffron up in a warm, dark costume. A mysterious symphony to take you on the road to the Orient.