Made of hand-blown glass by our glassmakers, the Okavango candle is a unique object on which colors of brown, ochre and khaki green form a chimerical landscape. The eternally renewed swirls on the glass are reminiscent of a photograph of land seen from the sky. The Okavango delta is sublimated by the diffusion of an aromatic fragrance with hints of bergamot, absinthe and Indonesian patchouli.
Bergamot - Absinthe - Patchouli
A magical eco-system, home to rare species, the Okavango delta brings together the aromatic fragrances of a land full of contrasts, aromatic notes of a landscape bursting with water and fruit. Bergamot unfurls its citrus notes, and gives way to wormwood, a plant with green leaves and herbaceous notes. This perfume's power comes from its base note of Indonesian patchouli, which gives it warmth and vivacity.
Always let the candle burn until its surface is totally liquid. This step can be long, especially during the very first burn. Once the wax is totally liquid, you can let the candle burn for a maximum of one hour. The layer of liquid wax should never exceed one centimeter in height. Never exceed the maximum burning time indicated on the instruction label, nor let it burn to the end. Systematically keep a centimeter of wax at the bottom.