Waxing Historic: Cire Trudon Candles

Louis the XIV, Napoleon and Marie Antoinette loved 'em. So, if you need something to light up your palace, Cire Trudon candles are the only way to go. The world's oldest candle maker lets you take in French history in one whiff: the pine, sage and hay emanating around the little general's camp (Empire), smells of hot and crusty bread (Révolution), the orange and ginger of the far east French colonial outposts (Pondichéry) and even the rocks of the moon (Odeur de Lune) - the latter, a scent of the future, as it would be. If you're not in favor of letting history (or $70) go up in smoke, you can invest in one of the company's wax busts (see below).


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