A selection of six original, all-natural scents made by a long lineage of incense makers
We can choose a scent to suit any mood from this incense collection of six original fragrances. Ancient recipes are used to make this pure incense, with no bamboo core, which means an even, long-lasting and smokeless burn. We love the packaging, too.
The six original scents included in this assortment are: Great Origin, a blend of sandalwood and cinnamon to encourage insight; Eternal Treasure, sandalwood, clove and cinnamon combine to nurture abundance; Moss Garden, a mild scent of sandalwood, patchouli and benzoin; Kyoto Autumn Leaves, a classic spiced blend of cinnamon and sandalwood; Golden Pavilion, an earthy, spicy scent of sandalwood, patchouli and cinnamon; and Kyoto Cherry Blossoms, a refreshing scent of rhubarb, clove and cinnamon. For over 300 years, Shoyeido has made high quality incense using traditional methods. All eco-friendly ingredients are finely ground, mixed with pure water and are carefully shaped and slowly dried. Each solid stick of incense has a 50-minute burn time.
In Kyoto, Japan, the Hata family has created high-quality incense, fragrances and related items for 12 generations. Considered a form of art, their particular blending method combines hand-selected, all-natural, raw materials using centuries-old recipes and techniques. The finest herbs, spices, resins and aromatic woods are gathered from around the world for their fragrances, which they consider modern, natural solutions for enhancing atmosphere. Committed to eco-friendly business practices, all materials are responsibly harvested.
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