Le Jardin de Maupassant - Etretat Candle
Le Jardin de Maupassant - Etretat Candle

Le Jardin de Maupassant - Etretat Candle

SKU: 23541

In honor of:
Guy de Maupassant: (1850-1893)
In ten years of writing, he left a lasting legacy to French literature, with 6 novels and over 300 short stories. He finished "Bel-ami" at the Etretat Guillette manor.

Notes: Tuberose, Blackberry, Vanilla.
Olfactory Families: Balsamic, Floral, Chypre

100% soy wax, non-GMO.


The tuberose is a mysterious flower. Mme de la Vallière, a favorite of Louis XIV, loved the flower. Zola said that its scent had a human odor. Heady, persistent, worrying, tuberose is no less than erotic...

This delicious little fruit overflows with vitamins, growing on wild brambles at the end of summer, a taste of childhood. It abounds in the Norman countryside, and its fruity aroma lends itself to teatime jams.

Vanilla is made from the fruit of certain types of orchids. It is highly sought after as a flavoring in the food industry, but it is also used as a solid base note in famous fragrances. Louis XIV loved vanilla and wanted to have it cultivated, but it was not a success until the 19th century.

- Hand-crafted in the heart of Paris.
- 100% natural, GMO-free soy wax for a healthy environment.
- High-quality burning, 100% cotton wick.
- Fragrance formulas are produced by their own creator.
- Packaging has been selected to match the timelessness of the theme: English cream jar produced in England since the 19th century. Its lid prevents dust from settling on the candle.
100% natural, GMO-free soy wax

*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
When creating the world of Jardins D’Écrivains, founder Anaïs Bigiune naturally combined two of her passions, gardens and literature. Inevitably, she eventually expressed her complicity with certain writers through scent. A trail of scent is so evocative, and can be the vehicle for a memory or a poem. Symbolizing an era, a character or a place with a perfume arouses the soul of an investigator in Anaïs as she seeks out every relevant detail so that she, too, can tell a beautiful story.

Jardins D’Écrivain fragrances tell olfactory stories connected to both places and disposition. They evoke humor, attitude, intimacy...