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Amouage Candles

Inspired by the Sultanate of Oman, Amouage Candles are born from this niche luxury fragrance house, infusing points from a rich & colorful heritage, firing the imagination of all those who come into contact with it.

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Amouage Candles are specially formulated with the best mineral wax to withstand particularly high temperatures in warmer climates and to diffuse the strongest possible scent, with a generous 40 hours to enjoy and experience the wonderful fragrance surrounding you. The glass holders are made from the finest quality Italian glass.


 

The Story of Amouage

Founded over a quarter century ago, Amouage is a niche luxury fragrance house that draws inspiration from its birthplace of the Sultanate of Oman, infusing points from a rich and colorful heritage that fires the imagination of all those who come into contact with its wonderful products.

 

Renowned for creating some of the most finely crafted and exotic fragrances in the world, the House restores artistry to perfumery to create extraordinarily beautiful scents with a distinct point of view and sources the globe for unique and the highest quality of ingredients. At the heart of all Amouage creations is a signature accord that cultivates the ultimate luxury of being unique and distinctive.

 

Adopting an artistic approach to create an original and evocatively fragrant experience, Amouage perfumes are created by internationally recognized perfumers in Grasse in the South of France under the guidance of Amouage Creative Director, Christopher Chong.

 

Amouage is a lifestyle sought after by only the most sophisticated and discerning international consumer. Today, it has a stellar following around the world including Royals, global leaders and some of the most celebrated names in film, television, fashion, sport and music.

 

The Story of Frankincense

Frankincense has been prized for thousands of years and in ancient times was valued more highly than gold. As far back as 1500 BC, frescoes giving a vivid account of an expedition sent by the Egyptian Queen Hapshepsut show frankincense as part of the precious cargoes.

 

The most sought after frankincense has always been from Dhofar  in the Sultanate of Oman. In legend, so valuable were the frankincense trees they were guarded by winged serpents. Alexander the Great, tempted by this rich prize, planned to invade Arabia, but death forestalled him. From these trees comes silver frankincense, the finest and most fragrant to be found. Pliny, the Roman scholar called it "the purest kind, bright white in colour" gathered in the early morning in drops the shape of pearls. So important was this peerless crop, that two thousand years ago its production was surrounded in rituals. The working of trees was the hereditary right of a small caste. Indeed the tree's Latin name remains Boswellia Sacra to this day.


The Story of Oman

Nestled in the south-eastern quarter of the Arabian Peninsula, the Sultanate of Oman is astoundingly diverse with a stunning natural beauty.  It has incredible geography comprising mountains and wadis, bustling city centres, tranquil beaches and pure waters which are home to whales, dolphins and sea turtles.


Oman is a country that is proud of its heritage. Its history goes back to the dawn of civilisation and permeates everything: the peaks where the frankincense trees grow and the sand dunes that cover the legendary cities of Sinbad the Sailor and the Arabian Nights. The coastal area fronting the Gulf of Oman is believed to have been known to the Sumerians as early as 3,000 B.C. and remains of settlements and distinctive beehive tombs are a legacy of this era.


A visit to the capital city of Muscat, will reveal a friendly and modern city full of culture, framed by the towering mountains of the Jebel Akhdar range. Travel further afield to experience the northern lagoons and south to the beautiful beaches of Salalah. The local people will always extend a warm welcome in keeping with their long tradition of hospitality.

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