TRUDON | Room Spray (Vapourisateur ) - SPIRITUS SANCTI
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Trudon's signature scents are also available as room sprays, in large glass bottles, handmade in Tuscany.
375ml with 2 types of Atomisers.
ABD EL KADER - Moroccan mint tea
A gust of freedom blowing from the Mascara coast and the mountains picks up on its way the green scents of fresh mint, the rashness of fights, ginger’s hot and peppered air and the perfume of tea and tobacco from the Ouled Nail tribe…
CYRNOS - Mediterranean aromas
In its aromatic citrus garden, the sunny Cyrnos villa welcomed the flamboyant upper crust of early 20th century high society. Queens, poets and artists met in the shade of fig trees and parasol pines. They enjoyed a fabulous view and the easy life so typical of the blue Mediterranean shores. The villa benefited from Roquebrune’s air of scented lavender mixed with the dry aromas of Provence.
JOSÉPHINE - Floral garden
Marie Josèphe Rose Tascher de la Page also known under the name of Joséphine de Beauharnais was the first wife of the Emperor Napoléon Bonaparte. During her life, she found refuge in the Reuil Malmaison castle that would soon become the center of her existence. Reckless spender and passionate about botany, she concentrated on building an atypical garden implanting species from her travels and reminding her of her Creole origins. Unable to give him an heir, Napoleon asked Joséphine for a divorce. From then on her garden would become a place of solitude and reassurance.
The muffled light of dawn slips through the flower beds. A fine shadow sneaks among the roses, jasmine, camellias and irises. With her delicate green thumb, she awakens the dazzling fragrances of a garden with an imperial destiny.
MADURAÏ - Jasmine
In the Southern part of the country, Maduraï offers among the most beautiful temples of India. Well known for the culture of jasmine, it is also a significant Tamil cultural centre, built on the banks of the river Vaigai. The city draws its history from a legend saying that god Shiva blessed the ground with the divine nectar escaping its hair.
The Duke of Tuscany first brought jasmine in India in 1690, a flower originally from Arabia. Whether fresh or dried, they still play a quintessential role in India’s myths, legends and daily rituals. At times, jasminum sambac perfumes loose-leaf tea; at others, it is braided into floral necklaces. Revered spiritually, the odorant flower turns into an offering in Hindu temples.
ODALISQUE - Orange blossom and wild juniper
In the Ottoman empire, odalisques were slaves who served the wives of the sultan, often depicted nude, prone and languid. They could improve their social status until they became a “favourite concubine” or wife of the sultan.
Wrapped in citrus and wood barks, the orange blossom weaves a painter’s dream from which escapes the pale curl of smoke from a narghile. Like an orientalist painting, furiously romantic, the vigorous scent of the wild juniper and the solar splinter of citrus fruits spring out like a thin steel blade in silky shadow of vanilla.
REGGIO - Mandarin
Iconic city of Southern Italy, Reggio embodies the easy-going Italian way of life, but is also the birthplace of Pythagoras School. Citrus trees and thousand-year old olive trees grow, facing its legendary bay. Calabrese mandarin, acidulous and delicate, fills the orchards with its perfume since Antiquity.
Brought back from Indochina in 1828, the mandarin tree has since prospered on the occidental banks of the Mediterranean Sea. Facing the Messina Strait, it sculpts the Calabrian landscape without a touch of bitterness. The mandarin’s softness hints back to ancient times when its essential oils composed an elegant, odorant grammar.
Mandarin essential oil
SPIRITUS SANCTI - Incense
Splinters of crimson, gold and olibanum, heady and holy perfume of altar candles, luxurious wake of the senses and perfume-burners where amber splutters. Under the nave of a cathedral, the jubilant choir and the holy scents rise into the souls: aldehydes and incense vapors.
Lily of the valley
The Ottoman Empire (1299-1923) gave way, among others, to the Republic of Turkey. It extended at the height of its power, on three continents: all of Anatolia, the Armenian high plateau, the Balkans, the rim of the Black Sea, Syria, Mesopotamia, the Arabian Peninsula and North Africa except Morocco.Top notes