Guerlain Palais D’Orangers Candle Review

Guerlain Palais D’Orangers Candle Review

[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] This beautiful candle is a delightful break from the cold weather and snow outside. I have a strong affinity for anything orange blossom-scented, and Palais D’Orangers has one of the most pleasant fragrances I’ve encountered.

Guerlain Palais D’Orangers Candle Review

Its inspiration is said to be the White Palace in the Atlas Mountains. I wanted to verify if this place actually exists. It does, though it is not frequently mentioned. It was the Marrakesh residence of the Moroccan royal family and is also known as the Dār al-Bayḍā, which translates to White Palace. This term is also associated with Casablanca. There are 13 royal palaces in Morocco, in case you were wondering.

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Picture yourself under blossoming orange trees, shielded from the scorching sun, experiencing the languid and fluid feeling of relaxation, while fresh petitgrain and white petals float around you. The fragrance is completed by neroli, smooth vanilla, and woody cedar. It’s almost a nighttime scent, somewhat intoxicating and sensual. According to a quick search, the fragrance of orange blossom intensifies at night, so this is not the cheerful daytime orange blossom scent. Priced at £90, this candle is an absolute indulgence (refills are £64 each) best enjoyed on chilly, dark evenings when you can cozy up under a blanket and dream of vacations, or in the summer when it’s scorching hot and you need a candle-lit glass of something delicious with ice in the garden or on the balcony. 100% delightful. You can find it at Harrods HERE. I might be tempted to give this as a wedding gift for the couple who already have everything they need.

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