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An adventurous fragrance emanates from this candle, where the scent of the Mediterranean blends with the modern fragrances brought by the wood of the ships and the plants discovered during the many expeditions of Prince Albert I.

An exclusive candle in limited edition, created for the commemoration of the centenary of the death of Prince Albert I.

  • 240 grams - 8,4 Oz
  • Burning time: 60 hours

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Le prince explorateur is a charismatic fragrance like a navigator in search of adventure. Built around an alliance between a particularly masculine accord of fern and a modernity brought by slightly marine woody notes, this fragrance is an invitation to travel, to discover... Spicier notes will reveal the adventurous and ambitious character of this fragrance.

Top notes: Elemi, Grapefruit, Bergamot, Green notes
Heart notes: Fern, Cardamom, Marine notes, Nutmeg
Base Notes: Cedar, Moss, Patchouli, Musk, Vetiver


Albert I (1848-1922) was one of the most enlightened princes of his time.

He was nicknamed "the learned Prince" or "the navigator Prince" because of his abysmal love for science and in particular for the oceans.

A true Jules Verne character, he led no less than 2 scientific campaigns, from Spitzberg to the Azores and in 1910, he inaugurated the Oceanographic Museum.

Also passionate about prehistory, the Prince founded a Museum of Anthropology in 1902, to exhibit his discoveries.

A convinced humanist and pacifist, he dreamed of participating in the improvement of the world: he created the International Institute of Peace.

For him, progress must be at the service of mankind and this ideal of well-being for mankind does not prevent him from keeping a distance and from being aware of the limits of industrial progress, by its possible attacks on the environment and biodiversity.

Albert I undertook profound reforms on the political, economic and social levels.

The Prince was at the forefront of the avant-garde and brought Monaco into modernity: He provided the Principality with a Constitution, had the port enlarged, created a hospital, a high school, a library...

This multi-faceted Prince, through his humanism, his patronage, his art of governing, his scientific curiosity and his pioneering awareness of environmental issues, greatly contributed to the influence of his country.


All the components of Monoïkos 1297 candles have been subjected to a rigorous sourcing.

The perfumes are developed in partnership with renowned perfumers in Grasse, with a particular interest in natural essences.

Our waxes are natural and made from the best products on the market. No mineral wax, no paraffin and of course no benzene!

The glass, decorated and silk-screened with two of Prince Albert I's mythical boats, is blown in Italy, recycled, recyclable and reusable.

The blue box, like the waters of the Mediterranean, is made in the Principality from FSC-certified paper from responsibly managed forests.

The "Prince Explorateur" candle is part of the ephemeral "Prince Explorateur" collection, a clever silk band that celebrates in fragrance the centenary of the death of a great prince of Monaco.


The raw materials in Monoïkos 1297 candles are carefully selected. The wax of Monoïkos 1297 candles is a blend of beeswax and vegetable waxes, made from the best products on the market. No mineral wax, no paraffin and of course no benzene!

Do not worry if a few drops of "perspiration" appear, as it is quite normal that a slight greasy veil is deposited on the walls of the glass during combustion, all these small imperfections are a guarantee of quality, the proof of a 100% natural wax.


To enjoy your candle in the best conditions, leave it to burn the first time until all the wax has become liquid on the surface. 

Do not let your candle burn for more than 4 hours.

Do not leave a burning candle unattended. Make sure the surface on which the candle is placed is flat and heat resistant. Keep your candles out of the reach of children, curtains and pets.

After putting out the candle, cut the wick to a maximum of 0.5 cm. A wick that is too long can cause uneven burning or black smoke. If smoke appears, put out your candle, cut the end of the wick and relight!

If the wick gets out of place, gently re-center it while the wax is still melted.

Keep your candle in a dry and temperate place, between 15 and 25° C.


In order to actively contribute to the preservation of the environment, the box and the glass of the Monoïkos 1297 candle are reusable: table glass, whisky glass, pencil jar, small vase, storage for small objects, give free rein to your imagination to embellish your home!

To protect your glass, do not burn your candle to the end, always leave at least 0.5 centimeters of unmelted wax and to clean it, put it in the freezer for a few hours, the wax will then come off very easily.

All you have to do is wash the glass, wipe it and use it in a thousand and one ways !

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