Cire Trudon Mademoiselle de la Vallière
By Cire Trudon
The secret powers of a bare flower for the love of Louis XIV, Melle de La Vallière surrounded herself with a bastion of sweet and shattering intensity of tuberoses.
Damp fragrance of an intoxicating love: from the King’s bedroom to her convent, Louise de la Vallière personifies this deeply sensual flower, whose plump and overwhelming scents represent true, dazzling and almost spiritual love.
Burning time from 55 to 65 hours.
Made in France.
Top notes of bergamot, orange flower, and galbanum.
Heart notes of tuberose, jasmine, and ylang-ylang.
Base notes of musk cistus and benzoin.