Saint Des Saints Candle 220g
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Mystical, sensual, warm and enveloping, Frédéric Malle's Saints des Saints candle releases a fragrance comprised of incense, precious woods, sandalwood and patchouli, inspired by Indian temples, the peace of sanctuaries and the aromas of its offerings. Blended by Carlos Benaïm using the headspace technique, this particular combination of notes act together to elucidate the odours of plants, flowers, food and drink. A truly extravagant addition to any home.
A star of the perfumery world, Carlos Benaïm's inimitable talent stemmed from his pharmacist father whos career fuelled his fascination for essential oil extractions. Recalling fond memories of his childhood exploring picking and distillation spots in the countryside, Benaïm's enthusiasm and sense of beauty never faultered, leading to a string of perfume classics.
- Creator: Carlos Benaïm
- Notes: Incense, Precious Woods, Sandalwood, Patchouli
- Burn Time: 45 hours approximately
- Housed in a hand-blown glass jar
- Frédéric Malle is exempt from all discounts other than delivery promotions
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