DIFFUSER SACRED TREES MORONDO
The Morondo Diffuser is crafted in glass adorned with a design created by Uniwax in the great tradition of traditional African prints. The sepia-toned baobab tree stands on the glass like a guardian sworn to protect nature from danger. Its amber fragrance of cinnamon, almond and cedar wood will fill your home with spicy notes, subtly inviting you to discover Africa. The fragrances in the Sacred Trees collection were created using raw materials sourced in Africa, with a focus on warm, woody notes.
*The perfume and sticks are included
The fragrance of the Morondo candle is in line with this desire to celebrate African warmth. Notes of cinnamon and almond give the fragrance its gourmet facets. Next, cedar wood embraces the gourmet notes in a fundamentally woody spirit, in keeping with the theme of this collection, whose ultimate aim is to remind us of the need to protect our forests.
We are making every effort to process your orders as quickly as possible. Delivery to Belgium and the Netherlands will be made on the next available business day after your shipping confirmation. For parcels to other countries, delivery is usually made within 3 to 8 business days. For delivery to islands, please contact our customer service department.
Delivery is free for orders over €150 - £150 for the UK. For orders below this amount, please refer to the information below.
Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg & Germany - 7,5€
France (except DOM-TOM and Corsica) - 10€
United Kingdom - £15
Austria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Hungary, Irland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Monaco, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain & Sweden - 12€
Bulgaria, Croatia, Finland, Greece & Romania - 18€
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