Welcome to an olfactory journey to the Maghreb

Our Fragrances of the Maghreb collection is the result of a skillfull mix of premium fragrances with the richness of soy wax and the purity of beeswax. This unique combination offers a longer-lasting scent, filling your surroundings with an aura of tranquility and wellness. Every time you light one of our Maghreb-inspired candles, you embark on a sensory journey that transcends time and space. It's an experience that enchants your senses, revives the atmosphere, immersing you in the essence of the Maghreb.


Jasmine: A Guide to Serenity

Jasmine, known as "yasmin" in Arabic, is used for its calming and soothing effects. It grows in several areas of Morocco, such as the city of Ouarzazate. The flower is highly valued for its symbolism, being associated with purity, beauty, grace, love and sensuality. The sweet and delicate fragrance of jasmine conveys a sense of "enchantment," so much so that it is sometimes used in rituals and ceremonies to ward off evil spirits or negative energy.


The Endearing Zagara

The word zagara comes from the Arabic 'zahra,' which refers to the flowers of the orange tree (Citrus sinensis) or, more generally, the flowers of citrus trees. Those trees were introduced into the Maghreb during the Arab expansion into North Africa in the 7th century. The zagara has been used for centuries in perfumery and traditional medicine. Its pleasant scent and flavor make it a popular ingredient in Moroccan sweets, drinks, and cosmetics while its particular suave, floral note makes it a fragrance close to heart.


Oud: the Regal Fragrance

Oud, also known as agarwood, is a wood with fragrant resin that is highly valued for its intense and persistent aroma. Although oud is not native to Morocco, its fragrance is highly valued by Moroccans, who make abundant use of it. It is sometimes burned as incense during religious ceremonies and rituals, where its effluence is believed to purify the air and create a sacred atmosphere. Its unique scent adds a dual touch, of luxury and tradition, to various aspects of Moroccan life and celebrations.


An Entrancing Rose Fragrance

Roses, also prized for their cultural significance, occupy a special place in the heart of the maghreb region. Splendid rose gardens flourish in this enchanting land, but none is more celebrated than the picturesque expanse of Kala'at M'gouna. Here, the art of cultivating the damask rose thrives, owing its prosperity to the climatic and soil conditions, unique to the region, that provide the ideal environment for growing these precious flowers, renowned for their fragrant and delicate petals.


Citrus: A Revitalizing force with a Dash of Sweetness

Citrus fruits, including oranges, lemons and other varieties, play a significant cultural and economic role in Morocco. Their cultivation has been part of the North African country's agricultural tradition for centuries. Many families have been devoted to them for generations, passing down knowledge and skills. Their symbolism is linked to the concepts of abundance, fertility and prosperity.  Their fragrance combines tartness and sweetness in a pungent burst of energy and vitality.