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Pure Incense's very special Oud/Agarwood items

Pure Incense's very special Oud/Agarwood items

We have immediately expanded the range of Pure Incense items we stock to include a number of their Premium Oud, otherwise known as Agarwood or Aloeswood, items.

Pure Incense has a wide range of products, encompassing woody and floral fragrances, different pack sizes and a breadth of qualities from Classic, through Absolute to Connoisseur and Connoisseur Vintage. All this offers tremendous choice to customers, hence our stock profile across these ranges.

A real specialty though is their Oud's. Hence we have expanded the stocks we hold of these items, with the following fragrances:

Whilst writing this, I'm listening to Oud Safi, a complex blend of dark and light notes which has become an immediate favourite in our home. It's a great example of the skill and experience the blender and recipe creator brings to these Premium and Luxury Incense Sticks.

We sell all 4 of these items for £12.95 per 20-gram box, which will yield between 16 and 20 sticks per box. Indian Incense does not come at better quality than this. Free shipping included for all UK orders.

You'll find these, and more, in the Connoisseur & Vintage section of the shop - where all Pure Incense's Premium products sit. If you want to start exploring Pure Incense's product at the other end of the quality scale, start with the Classic range and move up to Absolute. With prices at £2.25 for Classic (22.5p/gram) and £5.95 for Absolute (29.75p/gram) these are high-quality fragrances and ideal to try first if you are new to Pure Incense products.

A final word for Indian Incense Stick newbies - Don't be put off by the central stick/core in these Agarbathi sticks. You will not detect them in the fragrance or aroma when burning, as the aromatic ingredients dominate the fragrance produced! Read our article about Indian Incense sticks and how they are made here.

Lastly, click this link to read more about the key differences between Japanese, Indian and Tibetan Incense and the role base materials play in all 3 types.

Created On  28 Jan 2018 12:30  -  Permalink


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