Forest, Crystal Scented Candle
750 g (26.5 Oz.)
- Voyage de Parfumeur collection, highlighting Lalique’s Hirondelles motif
- Scented Candle 750 g (26.5 Oz.)
- Clear crystal
- White wax
- Burning time: 80 hours
- When there is only a small quantity of wax left in the crystal container, it can be used as a vase after removing the remaining wax
1-(1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8-octahydro-2,3,8,8-tetramethyl-2-naphtyl)ethan-1one (TetramethylAcetyloctahydronapthalenes) Isoeugenol
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On a journey to discover the finest raw materials, the perfumer finds his way to a deep and misty forest in the heart of the wilderness. Seduced by the scent of recumbent wood overgrown with dense moss, he plunges into the expanse of trees and tendrils surrounding him. Like Gilgamesh from the ancient Mesopotamian epic on the quest for the secret of eternal life, the perfumer strives to find the secret of eternal temptation. As his steps rustle through the undergrowth, the mist clears and reveals the fragrance of truly unspoiled nature.
Lalique has followed this path through the brushwood and combined essence of clove with hints of patchouli and birch, refined with a base of musky sandalwood.
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