Cire Trudon – Candle – Odalisque
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Cire Trudon – Candle – Odalisque

Cire Trudon
Duftlys
270 gr
55–65 timers brennetid

I Ottoman imperiet var odalisquene slavene til konene til sultanen, ofte avbildet nakne, matte og sløve. De kunne forbedre sin sosiale status til de ble en "favoritt konkubine" eller en av sultanens koner selv.

Toppnoter: Sitron, appelsin
Hjertenoter: Appelsinblomst
Bunnote: Einebær, vanilje


In the Ottoman empire, odalisques were slaves who served the wives of the sultan, often depicted nude, prone and languid. They could improve their social status until they became a “favourite concubine” or wife of the sultan.

Enclosed in citrus and wood bark, the orange blossom weaves a painter’s dream from which escapes the pale volute of smoke from a narghile. As an orientalist painting, furiously romantic, the vigorous scent of the cade, and solar splinter of citrus fruits, come out as a thin blade in the silky shadow of vanilla.

Top notes: Lemon, orange
Middle notes: Orange blossom
Base notes: Juniper, vanilla

Burns for an average of 55–65 hours.