The subtle perfume of tea leaves.

A bracing, refined candle - Burn time : approximately 35h.

BASIL FROM EGYPT

The leaves and stalks of basil are distilled to obtain essential oil. Fresh, green, herby, aromatic, aniseed and spicy spring to mind when describing its smell. 

BASIL FROM EGYPT

THYME FROM FRANCE

Thyme grows in the arid soils of sun-drenched regions such as the Mediterranean scrubland. Aromatic, bracing, green herbaceous and camphor spring to mind when describing its smell. 

THYME FROM FRANCE

CLOVES FROM MADAGASCAR

The dried flower buds (or cloves) are distilled in steam. The tree's flowers are hand-picked when the buds turn pink, indicating that they are about to open. They are left out in the sun for three days to darken and take the final characteristic form. Strong, warm, camphor and medicinal spring to mind when describing the smell of this essential oil. 

CLOVES FROM MADAGASCAR

The candles Grands Crus were born from the desire to offer every home a unique atmosphere through the subtle use of fragrance

Their refined accords faithfully express their ingredients of the finest quality.

The Bougies Grands Crus Collection marries plant and mineral waxes.

Plant wax gives the candle a better burn. Mineral wax holds in fragrance, allowing it to be released effusively.

Candle weight 180g - Fragrance concentration in the wax: 10% - Burn time: 35h

PERFUMING

The Grands Crus collection of perfumes has been adapted for candle use. 
Some of the initial raw materials do not burn, so the blends have been reworked to produce the best match to the original fragrance. 
The fragrances are of high quality and can be equally well reproduced when hot or cold. Nonetheless the candle will reveal all the perfume's character when it is lit. 

CONSERVATION

Do not place your candle in a draught, but keep doors and windows shut. 
If the wick is longer than about 1 cm, the flame will be too big and will probably produce black smoke, so check the wick before you light the candle. Cut it if you need to.

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