Alger Candle by Astier de Villatte
A North African city with Parisian overtones. Whitewashed Haussmanian facades, Persian blinds painted blue and overwhelming heat. From the bustling arcades rises a delicious perfume ofwhite campion, privet flowers, wild jasmine, and bitter orange, finished with a light acidic bite and a generous hint of chilli.
100% natural wax, free of paraffin
Burn time: Approximately 60 hours
Glass container is hand-blown in Tuscany, Italy
On the first time of lighting allow the candle to burn for two to three hours until the wax has pooled right to the edge, allow to solidify again before relighting.
Trim the wick each time before lighting for a longer, cleaner burn. This will allow for an even burn in future. Never burn a candle all the way through the bottom and never leave a lit candle unattended.
9cm x 9cm x 10cm
Their candles, which were created around meaningful places around the world, from the artist Balthus’ Grand Chalet to Honolulu are totally transporting.