Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Incense!

Coming this week...Luxury Incense! Yay!

I have been working on incense for almost a year now, trying to develop the richest incense possible. Score! I did it :D

I hand roll all of my incense fresh in small batches and soak for a minimum of 48 hours for through and even saturation. Always dried naturally by the sun, never ever force dried! This results in a soft incense that almost always remains moist, giving it a very slow, low smoke burn.

What scents will be available you ask?

Peaceful Bliss
Spiritual nag champa with sandalwood, patchouli, warm spices sweetened with frankincense. Very calming and a perfect meditation scent.

Dragon's Blood Woody and earthy scent, with notes of amber, vanilla, sandalwood, light tones of powdery musks and hints of asian florals to bring out subtle spice undertone.

Violet Patchouli Violet and patchouli in a mystical fragrance base of fruits, oriental florals, neroli, amber and musks.

Champa Oriental Champa flower with Asian flair, warm spices, sandalwood.

Sensual Sandalwood Calming woody and peppery notes with added hints of Musk, Amber, Patchouli, & Cinnamon.

Lemons & Lavender A sunny fresh blend of tangy lemon citrus and sweet lavender flowers.

Black Canyon A deep musk with light ozone notes and a touch of sandalwood and patchouli.

Made with all natural Essential Oils and Non-Phthalate Fragrance Oils. The utmost care is taken when hand blending my fragrances.

If you have ever tried any of my other Hemp Bath products, you know I take quality and customer satisfaction very seriously and I am happy to extend that to home fragrance!

Special for blog readers ♥
As a thank you to my readers, for the rest of February receive a FREE pack of 15 incense, in any scent you'd like, with any order! Just be sure to mention this blog post and what scent you would like when checking out.
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Enjoy!

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