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Abd El Kader Candle

€123,95

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The Abd El Kader Classic Candle is like poetry through your nose. It smells like a gust of freedom blowing from the Mascara coast and the mountains pick it up on its way. The green scents of fresh mint, the rashness of fights, ginger’s hot and peppered air, and the perfume of tea and tobacco from the Ouled Nail tribe make this candle a pleasure to your senses. It comes in two sizes: Classic & Petite.

A Classic Trudon candle weighs 9.5 oz and has a burning time of 55 to 60 hours.

Dimensions H: 4.2" Ø: 3.5"

A Petite Trudon candle weighs 2.5 oz and has a burning time of 20 to 24 hours.

Dimensions H: 2.17" Ø: 2.56"

NOTES

Heads Notes - Apple, Blackcurrant Bud, Clove, Ginger, Lemon, Mint

Heart Notes - Jasmine

Base Notes - Vanilla

STORY

The wax formulas of the Trudon candles are the fruit of specific developments which are the source of its exceptional olfactory and burning qualities. When correctly taken care of, no smoke leaves a Trudon candle and no wax is left on the sides of the glass. The wicks are made of cotton. One can find many types of wicks, characterized by their weaving and their diameter. The wicks are chosen depending on the shape and size of the glasses, as well as the burning characteristics of each candle. The emblem is inspired by a bas relief found at the old Royal Wax Manufacture which used to belong to the Trudon family. Situated in Antony, near Paris, it now belongs to the Church. Nowadays the domain hosts the nuns of the Saint-Joseph de Cluny congregation. Each glass is unique and hand-crafted in Tuscany. Their shape is inspired by champagne buckets.

HISTORY

Founded in 1643, Cire Trudon is the oldest candle manufacturer in the world and each votive is still dripped and made by hand. Referencing its rich and storied history, the brand creates enchanting scents inspired by biblical passages, kings, revolutionaries, and the Château de Versailles – where it once provided light for the courts of Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette.