The Incense Box Co expertly sources the very best incense products from around the world, bringing them together in a convenient box for you to explore and enjoy every month.
The contents change every month so that you can experience different products each time and all boxes are delivered free in the UK. If you order before 15th of the month, you will receive your box within 3-4 working days. If you order after 15th, you’ll receive your box at the beginning of the next calendar month.
I was drawn to The Incense Box Co as it introduces its subscribers to many different types of incense that you don’t regularly see or find anywhere else, so if this sounds like something you’d love, be sure to check out the contents of their latest box below.
Nepali Rope Incense
This form of incense is quite rare in the UK and I’m delighted to see it in this box as I’ve never seen it in real life before – only in photos or on YouTube videos! Rope Incense is an integral part of Nepali culture and is made by filling artisanal lokta paper with a blend of plants, resins and oils. It’s then plaited into this beautiful texture – simply stunning and it smells amazing!
Japanese Bitter Pink Ginger Incense Sticks
Made by Japan’s largest incense producer, this pack contains 30 sticks and a holder in a lovely Bitter Pink Ginger scent. It’s very fresh and zesty.
Peruvian Palo Santo Stick
Sustainably harvested from Peru, this Palo Santo Stick has a heady fragrance and can is lit like a smudge stick. Just light one end and blow it out to allow the smoke to calm and cleanse your space.
Californian White Sage Smudge Stick
Speaking of smudge sticks, this Californian White Sage Smudge Stick is a beautifully classic example and smells amazing. It’s sustainably harvested from California and has been used for centuries to neutralise energy.
Tibetan Inspiration Incense
Handmade by Buddhist nuns, these sticks are more earthy than floral which is typical of Himalayan Incense. This product is sold to help support the nuns, many of which are refugees.
Indian Padmini Dhoop Sticks
A classic feature in many Indian homes, these richly scented Dhoop Sticks are traditionally used in rituals as well as simply for home fragrance. The box also doubles up as a handly holder.