Mexican Baroque

Vanilla Flames
Edible
Woody
Notes cedar chili cocoa Mexican vanilla terraccota vanilla

It’s November 1695. Late afternoon in the Convent of Jesus Maria, Mexico City.

The kitchen of the Royal Convent of Jesus Maria is a sacred space with Baroque carvings in it’s cedar wood beams, thick stucco walls and earthenware pots that brew elaborate recipes. Among them a hot cocoa formula rich enough to unleash rapture signals a climax of the senses.

Arquiste's Anima Dulcis perfume was the inspiration for this candle. Its formula has been tweaked and adapted to work when it is set in hot wax.

Regular price £58.00
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