Trudon 1643 Scented Matches, Byron

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39 pieces

Flavor: Byron

The vivacious spirit of the British poet, his taste for freedom and his outspokenness. His solar presence and his elegance have inspired a sophisticated perfume. Wood, cognac, and spice notes intermingle. A radical fragrant poem. Powerful.

Head of black pepper, mugwort, saffron, and cognac with a heart of iris, vetiver, patchouli, and cedar and a base of sandalwood, leather, labdanum, and opoponax.

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.

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