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Scented with Patchouli

Our Patchouli fragrance is a potent, heady blend of sweet, spicy, and earthy notes that’s infused with cedarwood, orange, clove, and patchouli essential oils. Our Patchouli scent is also infused with Dragon’s Blood -- a bright red resin harvested from a variety of different plants commonly referred to as “dragon trees,” and has been used for centuries in all kinds of applications like medicine, incense, and dye. 


Patchouli Note Profile

Top: Orange, Orange Blossom, Saffron
Middle: Cedar, Patchouli, Clove, Incense, Sandalwood
Base: Tonka Bean, Amber, Smoke


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    Before Burning
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