Les Miserables - Scented Book Candle
Les Miserables literary candle is inspired by one of the greatest novels of the 19th century, written in 1862 by Victor Hugo.
It examines the nature of law and grace and tells us a story of the June Rebellion in Paris through the life of Jean Valjean, a victim of society who has been imprisoned for 19 years for stealing a loaf of bread.
The author takes us into the Parisian underworld and talks about justice, politics, antimonarchism, religion, and love - romantic and familial.
The scent of Les Miserables book candle was inspired by the most prominent symbol of compassion in the book, of a light that always brings love and hope. It is floral and citrusy, in contrast to the darkness, danger, and sadness our beloved characters are going through.
Top notes of citrus, sea salt, and ozone add a breezy accord that envelops the floral heart of jasmine, lilac, and orange blossom. Base notes of amber and Tonka ground the airy quality of this scent.
Available in Myriel's Candlesticks scent and the Original Library scent.
The Myriel's Candlesticks:
- Top note: Sea Salt, Ozone, Lemon
- Heart: Green Leaves, Jasmine, Lilac, Orange Blossom
- Base: Tonka Bean, Amber
The Original Library:
- Top note: Teakwood
- Heart: Cedar and Leather
- Base: Sandalwood, Dark Musk, and Patchouli
100% Premium Soy Wax and Natural Oils
Woven cotton Wick
Hand-poured in Santa Monica, CA