Sometimes known as the crown herb or grass of the troubadours, rosemary is a lovely wild and dense aromatic shrub that grows on the dry limestone hills of the Mediterranean basin. Known since antiquity, the Greeks and the Romans would braid rosemary into crowns to sharpen their memory. Its powerful herb scent slowly spreads its stimulating properties.
Founded in 1884, by the inquisitive and entrepreneurial minds of two brothers, Carrière Frères Industrie is the keeper of wax craftsmanship from the XVIII century. Fascinated by the Botanic, the brothers strenuously sought out a formula for a purely vegetal wax. The result was a recipe still in use today: free of paraffin and other petrochemical derivates, which does not produce smoke or unpleasant odours, and is easily blended with perfume.
190 g/6.7 oz
Combustion 50 hrs
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