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Find in this candle the overexcited atmosphere characteristic of the Grand Prix, the asphalt heated by the cars, the crowd, the party and the heat of the first rays of the sun which announce the summer... A fragrance created on the occasion of the prestigious and emblematic Grand Prix of Monaco by a great nose, for a candle in limited edition.

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

Free delivery in France (5 to 6 days) & Monaco 24h



Built around sunny notes that unmistakably represent the spring sun of the Principality of Monaco, this candle also develops woody, smoky and spicy scents that will instantly project you into the heart of this legendary race.

Top notes : Powdery notes, Nutmeg
Heart notes : Smoked wood, Solar notes
Base notes : Earthy wood, Milky wood, Vanilla

A note of history

The Monaco Grand Prix is ​​one of the oldest and most prestigious races in the world.

Created in 1929 by Antony Noghès, the Monaco circuit, designed in the heart of the city, has almost entirely retained its original layout, a narrow and winding track, which makes it one of the most demanding circuits on the Championship calendar. Formula 1 world.

Pole position is born in Monaco! Until 1933, the starting grids were determined by drawing lots. However, in Monaco, where it is difficult to overtake, this system was not very fair. Antony Noghès then proposed to take into account the best times achieved to determine the starting grid and also suggested that the first place be on the right, on the first row.

The Monaco Grand Prix is ​​also the first Grand Prix to have officially adopted the checkered flag in 1934 (inspired by the one used in Indianapolis) and it was only three years later, in 1937, that this flag was integrated into the code. international athlete of the AIACR and has become the universal symbol of victory.

The Monaco circuit measures 3,367 km.

The start is from Port Hercule, then it winds through the streets of Monte-Carlo and La Condamine, linking tight turns in the middle of protective rails: the track is narrow and demanding and makes overtaking difficult.

After the start line, the drivers go up Boulevard Albert Ier and rush into the first right-hand corner of “Sainte Dévote”, the place of numerous collisions in the first lap. They then begin the very steep climb of “Beau-Rivage” to the very tight left-right of “Casino”. From there, the drivers go down to the right-hand corner of “Mirabeau”, then comes the hairpin on the left “Grand Hôtel”, the slowest corner of the championship. The “Portier” section then leads to the sea and the pilots pass through the tunnel which leads to the chicane near the port. At the exit of the tunnel, the fastest section of the circuit, the single-seaters approach 300 km/h. After a short straight on the Quai des Etats-Unis, comes the left-hand bend of the “Bureau de Tabac”, the left-right section of the Piscine, then a very difficult hairpin on the right at “La Rascasse”. The drivers finally approach the “Anthony Noghès” bend before the pit line and the finish.

It is certainly one of the most demanding circuits on the Formula 1 World Championship calendar. It is the most glamorous, the most prestigious, the most popular Grand Prix and above all the one that every driver and every team wants earn !


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, dressed with a label symbolizing the circuit, is blown in Italy, recycled, recyclable and reusable.

The black box, like the car tires, is made in the Principality of Monaco from FSC-certified paper from responsibly managed forests.

The Grand Prix candle is part of the ephemeral "Grand Prix" collection, a luxurious candle that illustrates in fragrance a major event in the Principality.


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

Don't worry if a few drops of "sweat" appear, likewise it is completely normal for a slight greasy veil to settle on the walls of the glass during combustion, all these small imperfections are a guarantee of quality, the proof of a 100% natural wax.


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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