Carrière Frères, Trudon’s sister brand founded in 1884, is dedicated to botany and the wonderful fragrances that nature has to offer.
Constantly innovating, Carrière Frères sources only high quality ingredients. Focusing on sustainable products and a transparent creative approach, each element is chosen to minimize environmental impact without compromising the sensory and aesthetic approach of the product.
Best seller from Carrière Frères, the Tomato candle is a real invitation to travel and gives the answer to this existential question. The Carrière Frères range is composed of 27 fragrances divided into 4 families: Flowers, Woods and Herbs/Roots… and Fruits. Each candle is a sensitive and elegant retranscription of each note, a gourmet evocation, a poetic experience.
The tomato is a fruit from plants of the Solanaceae family, native to the north-western part of South America. The tomato, a fleshy berry, is one of the most consumed fruits in the world. Few people know that it is native to South America and that its name is a distortion of the Inca word “tomalt”. Its vegetable flavour, both tart and sweet, evokes greediness. Its perfume was conceived and elaborated in Grasse, its lacquered glass, its wick is made of pure cotton.
In addition to the candle, the tomato scent is also treated in the form of a spray and diffuser. Conveying the spirit of an old-fashioned herbalist’s shop, the Carrière Frères fragrance diffuser takes the form of an apothecary’s bottle: made of recycled glass, it is naturally tinted with a bluish sheen. Topped with a cork stopper and filled with 100% natural alcohol, the diffuser holds 10 sticks of untreated rattan. A long-lasting commitment that relays fresh botanical scents.
A botanical cloud rises in the wake of the Carrière Frères spray. Made of recycled glass, it is naturally tinted with a bluish sheen. Topped with an oak cap and a silver pump, the spray is filled with 100% natural alcohol. A floral and botanical illustration completes the FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) paper packaging.