Cire Trudon - Dada
"With a touch of tea and vetiver, ornated with crumpled mint leaves and eucalyptus, this clever scent confuses the mind. Sharp and expansive, it opens us to the magnetic field of the Dada movement, to the artistic dizziness and surrealist experiences."
Head Notes: Buchu Leaves, Eucalyptus
Heart Note:Mint, Tea
Base Notes: Camomilla
Well known by the wealthy, famous and nobility for their amazing scents, Cire Trudon, established in 1643, is the oldest, continuously operating candle manufacturer in the world. The family supplied candles to King Louis XIV, Louis XV and Louis XVI as well as Versailles and most of the great churches of France. The perfectly white, luxurious and long burning wax was the favorite of the court. The glass of each candle is unique and hand crafted in Tuscany, Italy. Their shape is inspired by champagne buckets.
Dadaism was an intellectual, literary and artistic movement that, during World War I, swept aside all conventions and constraints in ideology, aesthetics and politics to make way for extravagance, ridicule and a mutinous, caustic spirit. Its artists strived to be disrespectful and provocative and demonstrated total disdain for the old-fashioned ideas of the past. They questioned the underpinnings of society. Leaders of the pack: Tristan Tzara, Man Ray, Françis Picabia, Erik Satie, Marcel Duchamp