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CHINESE TOBACCO

CHINESE TOBACCO

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CHINESE TOBACCO

CHINESE TOBACCO

℮200ML 6.7 FL.OZ

Regular price $55.00
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Bougie Parfumée

℮200ML 6.7 FL.OZ

Bougie Parfumée

 “The ‘peace and love sign’ was designed in the 1950s by Gerald Holtom and was along with the peace hand sign adopted by anti-war activists during the 1970s. The name 19-69 stands for just this: freedom, tolerance and counterculture. The scent Chinese Tobacco by 19-69 is also a reminiscence of a visit I made to a restaurant in Kuala Terengganu. It was late at night, the air was filled with wonderful aromas from the kitchen area, while a group of men was smoking and playing cards."

The scent is Spicy and Woody.

Top Notes Italian Bergamot - Tobacco - Red Pepper - Lemon
Mid Notes Ginger - Coriander
Base Notes Incense Resinoid - Cedarwood - Vanilla - Tar - Oud - Vetiver
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Warm Woods

INGREDIENTS

A blend of the finest vegetable waxes in a traditional formula from 1961 is used for the 19-69 candles. Hand crafted in Italy. Candle will burn for approximately 48 hours.

QUALITY

Each scent is composed inspired by a different era, culture or setting from Africa, Europe, the States and Asia. Art, music, trends and cultures have all left their marks on the fragrances both in terms of content, name and packaging. The glass bottles are varnished and screen printed in Italy. Each 19-69 product is handmade, therefore small variations should be considered part of the character. All raw ingredients are carefully considered and selected to ensure the finest quality. For each scent there is a unique fragrance journey.

FRAGRANCE JOURNEY CHINESE TOBACCO

A PERSONAL DINING EXPERIENCE 

It is long after midnight and the neon signs light up the dark sky in Terengganu, Malaysia. I am close to the chaos of the city, but it is quiet here in the park. I am surrounded by old, gigantic trees, enormous vegetation and tree crowns. I open the doors of the wooden building and enter the traditional Chinese restaurant. The air is filled with wonderful aromas from the kitchen area. A man is sleeping in his chair while resting his head on the table. A group of men is playing cards while smoking under the fluorescent light. 

Women engage in loud conversations while chopping fresh coriander and a small child sleeps in a basket at the end of the room. A TV screen presents the latest music videos from London. The kitchen’s gasburners fill the air with a burnt scent. East meets West.

The Fragrance Journey is based on the creator’s memoirs from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.