Cire Trudon Byron Scented Matches
Head Notes: Black Pepper, Cognac, Mugwort, Saffron. Heart Notes: Cedarwood, Iris, Patchouli, Vetiver. Base Notes: Labdanum, Leather, Opopanax, Sandalwood.
At Cire Trudon, matches are an essential part of the ritual. In one crack, it ignites the wick, surprises the shadow and gives life to light. Delicately perfumed, it signs the prologue for some of the stories behind the candles. Elegant, long and delicate, asleep in their illustrated boxes, they patiently wait for their destiny. If the box is left slightly open, they will slightly scent, in their sleep, a drawer, a cupboard or a study.
The vivacious spirit of the British poet, his taste for freedom and his outspokenness. His solar presence and his elegance have inspired a sophisticated perfume. Wood, cognac and spice notes intermingle. A radical fragrant poem. Powerful.
Georges Gordon Byron (6th baron, 1788-1824), more commonly referred to as “ Lord Byron ”, is one of the great figures of romanticism and one of the most illustrious British poets. A great defender of liberty and a rebel against the politics and society of his time, he is also known as one of the best ambassadors of dandyism.