In February, in the south of France, in the hills of Tanneron, near Grasse, mimosas bloom. Its sunny golden yellow color extends as far as the eye can see, and its small velvety flowers perfume the air with delicately honeyed notes.
Choose one candle and then pair it with another to discover its unexpected olfactory alchemy, which seems to reinvent each scent while creating a third.
Mimosa and violet duo: a history of perfumery. The violet is one of the “silent flowers” whose aromatic principle cannot be extracted. In the 19th century, to give a floral and powdery dimension to the note, perfumers added natural mimosa extract.
The first time you light a scented candle, let it burn for two or three hours until all the wax on the surface has become liquid.
Trim the wick regularly with the special wick trimmer (ideal length: 3-5 mm).
When extinguishing the candle, check that the wick is upright and centered.