Scout Report: Less smog and more light scent, This Japanese flavor has (almost) completely taken the place of the candles in my house.
When I think of incense, I picture foggy college dorm rooms with carpets covering the windows, or people outside on the Union Square subway selling their stuff. As one candle lover (read: hoarder), I moved away from the strong, overbearing nature of incense, until I was introduced to This Japanese flavor.
Nippon Kodo Kayuragi Incense Stick – Aloeswood
Traditional incense or Indian incense is heavy on aroma and smoke. Some people swear by it, and in some applications it can be very endearing. But for everyday burns, it’s too strong. This Japanese incense have a much more subtle scent and are also less smoky than their counterparts. Each of these sticks burns for about 25 minutes, and since the core isn’t made of bamboo, like other incense sticks, you’ll burn cleaner.
The Aloeswood fragrance is a bit sweet with the scent of Sandalwood (they also offer Sandalwood, but I prefer this one). The curls and smoky dance are soft after being lit — I highly recommend it too incense box the same goes for, even if these come with a small assortment — and the scent begins to fill the room. It’s the perfect thing to light up after dinner to help combat any cooking odors, or when returning to your home for the day for a cozy feeling.
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