Candles & Home Scents
Gossypium BarbadenseCotton is a natural fiber from the cotton plant, a shrub of the Malvaceae family. Of the fifty species of cotton plants, only four are harvested for the white fibers that grow in bolls around its seeds. Among them, the Gossyp..
Rosa DamascenaDiscovered in Turkey, the Damascus rose was praised in Syria for its elegance and the finesse of its scent. During the rosebush’s intense blooming season, its display an exquisite corolla of petals... From China to Persia, and Euro..
Imported from Australia by British botanists at the turn of the 19th Century, mimosa has since become the Côte d’Azur’s floret: the solar bushes now blossom on the hillsides of the Esterel Massif. A wild vegetal composition, the Estérel perfume ..
Ficus CaricaThe fig tree, of the Moraceae family, grows on the Mediterranean basin where it has been cultivated for thousands of years. In France, figs were first harvested under Louis XIV. La Quintinie, the King’s gardener, planted over seven h..
From the Persian yâsamîn, this musky-scented flower from India grows on a bush of the Oleaceae family. White jasmine, or “officina” is the variety most commonly used in perfumery. Legend has it that Cleopatra soaked the sails of her ship with Ja..
At Carrière Frères, two scents come together for Valentine’s Day: behind a mat, soft pink glass, perfumes of Damascus rose and spearmint bond. Known as the “Queen of Flowers”, the Damascus rose was praised in Syria for the finesse of its scent, its e..
The orange flower grows on the citrus tree, or “Citrus Aurantium”, of the Rutaceae genus. In bloom, the tree flaunts its white flowers to the world, emitting a suave fragrance that has symbolized purity and beauty since Antiquity. Intoxicating b..
Harvested for its strongly aromatic leaves, black tea is known for its stimulating virtues. The leaves are oxidized and turned into ‘black tea’, a process invented by the British in the XIX century. Once infused into hot water, the solution send..
The tomato, a berry of the Solanaceae family, is one of the most popular fruits in the world. Few people know that it was first grown in South America, and that its name comes from the Inca “tomalt”. Sweet and fleshy, whether in the fruit basket..
A gust of freedom blowing from the Mascara coast and the mountains picks 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…Born in 1808 nea..
Create a tantalising bouquet for any interior with this Abd El Kader scented candle from historic candle makers Cire Trudon. Encased in a gold leaf adorned glass vessel, this luxury candle is made from environmentally friendly vegetable wax with..
After the rain, mist rises from the plains in an earthy haze and humus. Damp ferns, sprouts and meadows… Under the green sun, already draining the storm, they surrender their herbaceous vapors to the passing wind.Balmoral is the royal summer residenc..
In its name a promise “Capri Forget Me Not”, the Capri of bygone days that inspired this fragrance.Don't forget Capri, but don't let Capri forget you either: a hearty and original perfume for the man or woman who doesn't wish to pass unnoticed.Combin..
With a touch of tea and vetiver, ornated with crumpled mint leaves and eucalyptus, this clever scent confuses the mind. Sharp and expansive, it opens us to the magnetic field of the Dada movement, to the artistic dizziness and surrealist experiences...
In a hotel of Havana, under the fixed sun of the Revolution : the fierce and partisan overtones of leather and tobacco meddle with the paneling’s waxen silence. In the cool dimness, fawn grimaces shimmer along with the smoke of cigars and the barrels..