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Summer morning cedar fires
The Bhutanese Hotspring Juniper dos not smell like juniper. When it burns, the scent is unmistakably that of the Eastern White cedar wood fires we used to burn in the chill mornings and cooler evenings by the lake when I was growing up. They say scent and memory are woven together - if you love the scent of this incense for a reason like mine, you won't ever want to be without some in the house. Warm, subtle, expanding, comforting ...
Kristin, thank you for your beautifully descriptive review. We are very happy and proud to hear that the Bhutanese Juniper Incense has brought back these fond memories for you and hope that it continues to spread warm and comforting thoughts to you and others. Thank you for your support and kind feedback!
Bhutanese Juniper Incense
A nice, light pungent smell that transcends any description or any specific plant in the mixture, including juniper itself. Very nice for thoughtful study, meditation or mental work...
Lovely fragrance from Bhutan
I tried this out and loved it. The Juniper incense is traditionally made so don't expect a slim stick. You will need a holder for a 5-6mm. Not smoky, just nice. Lovely packaging.
A deep warm aroma. I don't burn it for meditation, but for reading it brings a warm heady awareness to my reading room. Recommended
I purchased this item and the Chenrezig Natural Cedar Incense.Both smell great. Customer service was fast. Highly recommended.