Cire Trudon – Candle – Abd El Kader
55–65 timers brennetid
Inspirert av den intelektuelle, politiske og religiøske lederen som motsto den franske invasjonen av Algerie på 1800-tallet. Frisk mynte og pepret ingefær kombinert med duften av te og tobakk.
Toppnoter: Grønnmynte, sitron, solbærknopper, eple, ingefær, nellik
Born in 1808 near the town of Mascara in Algeria, Abd El Kader was a politician and military leader, as well as a writer, poet and philosopher who founded the Algerian state. Nicknamed “the friend of the French”, he was said to be enlightened and cultivated. A man who always fought with honour, he was highly respected even by his enemies.
A wind of freedom coming all at once from the Mascara coast and down from the mountains bringing in its foolish race the green scents of fresh mint, the rashness of fights, the hot and peppered air of ginger and the perfume of tea and tobacco from the Ouled Nail tribe...
Head: Spearmint, Lemon, Blackcurrant Buds, Apple, Ginger, Clove
Burns for an average of 55–65 hours.