Cire Trudon | Classic Candle

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Founded in the 17th century, this is one of the oldest candle and home fragrance companies in the world. The Trudon family began by manufacturing for French royalty. Cire Trudon continue to produce beautifully packaged, expertly perfumed artisan products for your home. Multiple options available for your your indulgence.


Weight : 270g / 9.5 oz Burning time : 55 to 60 hours Dimensions : H: 10,5 cm Ø: 9 cm

Fragrance Options:

Esterel: 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 is as vibrant and delicate as the mimosa’s clusters. Head Notes Bergamot peel. Heart Notes Mimosa. Base Notes Iris.

Reggio: The Duke of Tuscany first brought jasmine in India in 1690, a flower originally from Arabia. Whether fresh or dried, they still play a quintessential role in India’s myths, legends and daily rituals. At times, jasminum sambac perfumes loose-leaf tea; at others, it is braided into floral necklaces. Revered spiritually, the odorant flower turns into an offering in Hindu temples.Head Notes Ylang-Ylang. Heart Notes Sambac Jasmine absolute. Base Notes Benzoin Resin.

Salta: Considered by the Chinese as one of the three holy fruits with peach and lemon, the grapefruit was a symbol of prosperity and fertility. Also highly prized by the Greeks and the Romans, the hesperide has a crisp freshness: known for its rich terroir and unique soil, the Salta region enhances the citrus’ intensity. Blended with verbena and hyacinth, the grapefruit fragrance is aromatic.Head Notes Verbena. Heart Notes Grapefruit. Base Notes Hyacinth.

Tadine: When Englishman Edward Foxhall discovered sandalwood on the Isle of Pines, New-Caledonia, in 1840, it was, then, unknown in Europe. By the end of the 19th Century, the noble spiced wood had quite a pedigree: named ‘candana’ in Sanskrit, or ‘sandal’ in Arabic, it was used as a precious ointment for the hair and body. A remedy against anxiety, it still billows today, seamlessly embedded in the smoke of Asian incense.Head Notes Cardamom. Heart Notes Sandalwood essential oil. Base Notes Guaiac wood.