Every Jardins d'Ecrivains candle has a story... Guy de Maupassant (1850-1893) In ten years of writing, he leaves a lasting legacy to French literature, with 6 novels and over 300 short stories. He finished “Bel-ami” at the Etretat Guillette manor.
TUBEROSE :The tuberose is a mysterious flower. Mme de la Vallière, a favourite of Louis XIV, loved the flower. Zola said that its scent had a human odour. Heady, persistent, worrying, tuberose is no less than erotic...BLACKBERRY :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 :Vanilla is made from the fruit of certain types of orchids. It is highly sought after as a flavouring 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.
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