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Shoyeido Incense Set - Patchouli and Palo Santo
Shoyeido Incense Set - Patchouli and Palo Santo
Shoyeido Incense Set - Patchouli and Palo Santo

Shoyeido Incense Set - Patchouli and Palo Santo

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35 incense sticks with a 8" glazed ceramic tray. 

NEW! 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, it must regarded be one of nature's most complex fragrances. We're thrilled to present this incredible new rendering of the Patchouli plant as incense!

This beautiful new gift set pairs 35 sticks of Patchouli incense with a sleek, glazed ceramic incense holder, in an elegant paper box with a window — it's the perfect, uplifting gift.

NEW! Explore the mysteries of Palo Santo -- now in the subtle, pure style of Shoyeido Japanese Incense.

This South American "holy wood" has been used in medicine and spiritual practice since the days of the Inca. With notes evocative of citrus, pine, and aged wood, Palo Santo ascends as a new favorite fragrance among incense enthusiasts.

This new recipe is truly a must-try incense for anyone interested in Palo Santo and the endless possibilities of natural, Japanese incense!

This beautiful new gift set pairs 35 sticks of Palo Santo incense with a sleek, glazed ceramic incense holder, in an elegant paper box with a window — the perfect, all-in-one way to enjoy the experience of Palo Santo.

Shoyeido incense is considered the highest quality, most natural incense available on Earth. For twelve generations, the Hata family of Kyoto, Japan continue to create an amazing array of fragrances. 

Shoyeido's blending process is an art form. Highly trained "masters" draw upon centuries-old secrets to create masterworks of fragrance. These artisans carefully process the quality, balance, and ratio of every hand-selected natural ingredient. Only the finest raw materials are used. The results are remarkable, subtle scents that beckon us to use all of our senses — what the Japanese call mon-koh, or "listening to incense." 

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