Josephine Room Spray by Maison Trudon
The Josephine room spray was inspired by the gardens of Chateau de Malmaison near Paris, created by Joséphine de Beauharnais. The muffled light of dawn slips through the flower beds. A fine shadow sneaks among the roses, jasmine, camellias and irises. With her delicate green thumb, she awakens the dazzling fragrances of a garden with an imperial destiny.
Head Notes – Kaffir Lime, Bergamot, Spices
Heart Notes – Turkish Rose, Egyptian Jasmine, Chinese Camellia
Base Notes – Indonesian Sandalwood, White Musk, Iris
The vessel is made of hand blown, recycled glass in Vinci, Italy. The handmade atomiser bulb is affixed with a brass spray.
The History – Established in 1643, when Claude Trudon began his journey as the owner of a boutique on Rue Saint Honore as a grocer and a candler, Cire Trudon is one of the most famous wax producing factories in France. As the provider of Louis XIV’s French royal court, as well as the most glorious cathedrals and churches throughout France, the history and know-how is unsurpassed. In 1811 when Napoleon I was crowned Emperor of France the Trudon candles adorned the Imperial Court. In 2007 , the company took the name Cire Trudon and became a specialist in manufacturing perfumed candles.