Isolated in this room with impressive walls, the Queen picked a carnation, dropped by this courtier that she recognized from the first glance. The floral and spicy scent bewitched her, anticipating a good news. The beginning of an adventure…
This delicious scent offers a fresh and spicy top note, enhanced by peppery and sunny floral accord of carnation, jasmine and ylang-ylang. It is sublimated by a gentle musky bottom note.
Before lighting your candle
Avoid to place your candle into an airstream: the wax could melt down irregularly and the wick could move away from the centre. For the candles with several wicks, light systematically all the wicks. The whole surface has to burn in a homogeneous way.
During the burning
Don’t exceed two or three hours of burning. It could spoil the fragrance. You can blow out your candle when its whole surface is liquefied and even. This will suffice to release the perfume. Keep the flame from burning untill the buttom of your glass: it could overheated it. Let 0.5cm of wax on the end of the glass.
After blowing out your candle
To avoid any smoke when you are lighting out it, dip the wick in the wax, then put it out and move it in the centre. To prevent the candle from smoking, we recommend “snuffing” it by cutting off the charred tip of the wick.
Top notes : Pepper, Elemi, Marine Note
Heart notes : Carnation, Ylang Extra, Turkish Rose Oil