Fall Incense Sticks 10 Pack
Apple Harvest reminds me of childhood field trips to the Apple Orchard in Michigan. It is a true, ripe apple fragrance combined with bright fruit notes and just a touch of spice-infused with natural essential oils, including cinnamon, nutmeg, clove, orange, and cedarwood. It will have your home smelling like fresh-picked apples from the orchard.
Our Cinnamon Stick fragrance is a full bodied, richly spiced cinnamon. Cinnamon leaf and toasted nutmeg start off this warm and comforting scent. Then fresh ground cinnamon and a hint of crushed clove in the main body are smoothed out by touches of vanilla, tonka, and cinnamon bark in the base.
Fallen Leaves has top notes of cinnamon, citrus, and chrysanthemum. At the core of the fragrance, the sweetness of apple and berries combines with green leaves. Pecan and cedar base notes enhance the natural outdoor quality, while balancing the fruit and spice notes. The earthiness of this scent is enhanced by an infusion of cinnamon leaf, patchouli, cedarwood, vetiver, and sandalwood essential oils.
Pumpkin Caramel Crunch begins with notes of butter and orange peel, then blends in accords of scrumptious caramel, maple, and pumpkin.
Incense, meaning "to burn" is dated back to ancient times. Incense sticks are known to be used for meditation, rituals, bug repellent, aromatherapy, etc.
Our charcoal incense sticks are 10 inches long. They are hand-dipped in fragrance and solution for 24 hours, and dry for 48 hours. Our sticks burn for approximately 60 minutes. Please allow up to 4 days to ship this item. Our incense sticks are packaged in cellophane bags rather than plastic because it is a biodegradable material that can be composted at home.
- Light the end of the stick
- Let the end burn for approx. 10 seconds before gently blowing out the flame
- The end of the stick should be glowing red and smoking
- Place your burning incense in a proper incense holder or stand on a fire-resistant surface. This will help contain the burning incense and its ash.
*Never leave burning incense unattended. Keep away from children, pets, and flammable objects.
Pictures by: Amy Lyn Photography