Sample all seven Shoyeido Overtones® Incense Sticks. Each one is masterfully blended with exotic spices, herbs, resins, and woods that highlights a single fragrance note in a truly special way. This sampler is perfect way to try them all and find your favorites!
Contains one sample-size stick of each of the following fragrances:
Sandalwood: Enjoy Sandalwood, the pure, earthy core ingredient of unforgettable fragrance products for millennia. Blended with exotic spices to make a this truly special incense.
Cinnamon: Cinnamon is one of the world's oldest and most beloved spices. It is cultivated from the dried, curled inner bark of the eastern Cinnamon tree.
Vanilla: Calming Vanilla - the flower of the fruit bearing vanilla orchid - is native to Madagascar and exudes a creamy, soothing scent.
Frankincense: Frankincense, a blissful fragrance derived from the resins of desert-dwelling trees, creates an air of calm and contemplation.
Tea Leaves: Tea Leaves - the aromatic key ingredient of countless comforting concoctions for people throughout the world.
Palo Santo: This South American "holy wood" has been used in medicine and spiritual practice since the days of the Inca. With invigorating notes reminiscent of citrus, pine, and aged wood, Palo Santo ascends as a favorite fragrance among incense enthusiasts.
Patchouli: The ambrosial scent of the patchouli leaf has long been cherished as incense, essential oil, in tea and medicine, and as a mainstay of perfumery. Mysterious, sensuous, and deep, patchouli must be one of nature's most complex fragrances. We're thrilled to present this incredible new rendering of the Patchouli plant as incense. It's unlike any Patchouli you've ever experienced!
Shoyeido incense makes some of the finest Japanese incenses and is burned in temples throughout Japan. Blended in Kyoto for over 300 years by masters using centuries-old incense recipes and techniques.
- 1 sample size stick of each Shoyeido Overtones® Incense
- 1 sample of Palo Santo, Patchouli, Sandalwood, Cinnamon, Vanilla, Frankincense, and Tea Leaves. A total of seven sample sticks.