Odalisque Room Spray by Maison Trudon
‘Moroccan Orange Blossom’
The Odalisque room spray is 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.
Head Notes – Lemon, Orange
Heart Notes – Orange Blossom
Base Notes – Juniper, Vanilla
Cire Trudon introduces a collection of hand-crafted interior perfume atomisers in a selection of its iconic scents. The Room Sprays have been created in the style of antique atomisers with bottles in moulded green glass, which carry the Cire Trudon emblem, topped with an elegant golden ‘poire’ atomiser. Each glass is shaped by artisans from Vinci, in Italy.
Maison Trudon was 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