Granulated Incense Tin Bundle by KyaraZen
Granulated Incense Tin Bundle by KyaraZen
Granulated Incense Tin Bundle by KyaraZen
Granulated Incense Tin Bundle by KyaraZen
Granulated Incense Tin Bundle by KyaraZen
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Granulated Incense Tin Bundle by KyaraZen

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The Granulated Incense Tin Bundle by KyaraZen comes with 4 granulated incenses for heating; a black meat Mysore sandalwood, a Tonga sandalwood, our granulated shin-kyara, and a specially commissioned granulated incense blend from KZ.

The Mysore Sandalwood is the black-meat grade, coarsely milled from materials ranging from 60 to 120 years old. on the heater, you will find a rich, deep, airy, floral sandalwood notes. recommended temperature 170C.

This Tonga Santalum Album is by far one of the creamiest sandalwoods ever to have made into our inventory, its hard to surpass this olfactory experience! This is incredibly rare and its heated performance can possibly outdo most of the other mysore sandalwoods out there. recommended heating temperature on the heater, 160C.

Shinkyara is currently the talk of the town and is immensely popular right now, as it can give up to 40% of a kyara experience, but at a tiny tiny fraction of the price. This shinkyara powder can be heated at 170 to 190C, and will continue to give off excellent fragrance for many hours to come.

Umegaka is a recipe that is important to both Chinese and Japanese traditions, with the recipes recorded during the Tang Dynasty / Nara period, a recipe that is made into Neri-koh and used to scent clothing or places. An incense that beckons the arrival of spring, it holds the key olfactory features of this season: the cooling tones of the icy remnants of winter fading away, and the sweet floral fruitiness reminiscent of quivering plum blossoms in the gentle spring breeze.

More interestingly, we initially wanted a nerikoh, but KZ decided to challenge his incense formulation skills to give a stable granulated incense blend that gives almost the exact same scent performance as nerikoh, but without the complications of fermenting or storing nerikoh for long time.

Each tin has 4 grams of granulated incense.