these 4 unique perfumes were not born at random! Follow the guide if you want to know everything about their stories!
Candle 01: basil, fig leaves, and mint
Perfumers like to work with fig leaves for their green, woody notes, with powerful fig accents. This creates a very natural effect, without adding any fruity notes to the overall scent.
Candle 02: coriander seed, honey, tobacco leaves
Coriander seed is one of the oldest spices in the world! Its smell is peppery, zesty, with hints of lavender + a touch of chocolate. The actual herb is not used in perfumery.
Candle 03: patchouli, leather, tonka bean
No, there is no actual leather in this candle! It is the olfactory idea of leather. We achieve this by using natural ingredients such as burnt birchwood for example! The ingredients depend on the specific type of leather you have in mind... think light suede versus raw leather...
Candle 04: smoked black tea, artemisia, birch
Lapsang Souchong, which means “little leaves of the original mountain”, is a black tea that is smoked with the wood of a resinous tree. This is why our candle 04 gives off very unique smoky notes which are simultaneously intimate and comforting.
The nose behind these wonders? Karine Dubreuil Sereni, creator of 3 perfumes for the house! And we owe the latest, number 4, to Pierre Aulas. Two artists linked by two passions: scents and singing ....To be continued in the next episode (you never know… perhaps the family of candles will increase?)