The scent of ancient stone walls, in the shade of cloisters and convents, this fragrance of fresh and mossy stone narrates the black and white silhouettes of nuns walking through the silence of ritual mass. Under the light of church candles and psalmody, Carmelite calls on the peace of souls and the midst of times.
Head of orange, mugwort, and geranium with a heart of patchouli, violet, cardamon, and clove and a base of sandalwood, cedar, and ambergris.
Trudon was established in 1643 by Claude Trudon. It is known to be the oldest surviving candle maker in Paris. Generations have passed but these bespoke candles are still made to the exacting standards of Parisian artisanship. Trudon candles are hand-poured and made with the finest beeswax that has been filtered, washed, and bleached in the sunlight. Each fragrance tells a unique story and creates an inimitable sensorial experience.