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Incense Gift Set
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Incense Gift Set Info
It's the best gift for incense lovers: all five of our core, signature scents in a complete set! The collection includes 5 boxes of 20 sticks in each of our all-natural, synthetic-free essential oil blends. Incense comes in a paper box for easy recycling or composting as a zero-waste option. (Scents with high-terpene essential oils are additionally wrapped in plant-based bio-plastic to keep the oils from escaping!)
- Herbal Renewal - Uplifting lavender & rosemary
- Hermitage - Intimate patchouli, citrus, and lavender
- Green Fairy - Ethereal star anise
- Quoth the Raven - Spicy citrus, cinnamon & clove
- White Lodge - Revitalizing fir & cedarwood
Low Smoke, No Synthetics
Our charcoal incense produces less smoke than other incense, for a gentler experience and more pure aroma from our essential oil infusions. The scent lingers, but doesn't overstay its welcome.
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