Centering on the exuberant, multi‐layered fragrance of the guava tree, Cire Trudon Merida Candle evokes succulent ripe fruit, intoxicating blossoms, foliage and bark, enveloped by elegant woody notes of mahogany and "palo primavera", with just a hint of firework gunpowder reminiscent of fireworks. An altogether intriguing, sumptuous scent.
Cire Trudon Candles have invited Arquiste Parfumeur to create a unique new scent for one of its candles. Arquiste Parfumeur has chosen to celebrate this esteemed Franco‐Mexican collaboration by recreating a balmy night described by Empress Carlota of Mexico on her visit to the city of Merida, Yucatan in 1865. Bursting fireworks illuminate the night sky of old Merida, welcoming Empress Carlota of Mexico. Before immersing herself in the welcoming festivities, she lingers in the courtyard of the impressive quinta where she is staying. There, a guava tree, heavy with ripe fruit, sweetens the velvety aroma of the tropical woods, enhancing the charms of the balmy night. Savoring this moment of sweet serenity, Carlota picks up her pen and writes to her beloved Maximilian: "Tesoro entrañablemente amado..."
Cire Trudon Candles have been referred to as the "Rolls Royce" of candles. The oldest French manufacturer produces the world's most prestigious candles of the highest quality with hand blown glass and pure vegetable wax.