Skip to content

Astier de Villatte Incense Box 125 pieces

$48.00
Availability: translation missing: en.general.icons.icon_check_circle icon Only 8 left!

Notify me when back in stock

Each box contains 125 sticks.

Namche Bazar: Black tea, a scent of dried hay, and a slight smokiness of tobacco. Breathe with pleasure the scented streams of Patchouli, Yerba Maté, and Musk, tempered by the delicate freshness of Verveine and Aromatic Lavender.

Namche Bazar: Black tea with its scent of dried hay and slight smokiness of tobacco. Breathe with pleasure the scented streams of Patchouli, Yerba Maté, and Musk, tempered by the delicate freshness of Verveine and Aromatic Lavender.

Villa Medicis: From the majestic gardens of the Roman Villa. Lemon tree leaves, lavender, and oregano flowers. A woody aroma of the tall cedars nearby. The inexpressible fragrance of the ancient stones in the heat of the sun.

Stockholm: King Gustav II used to give a mix of a bitter herbal elixir to his Viking warriors to render them invincible. An inebriating mixture of wild plants, aloe, clove, lavender, and myrrh escapes from the incense.

Porte des Lilas: A dream of times past: next stop, Porte des Lilas. Mauve lilacs overflowing their garden fences. One is enraptured by the delicious and verdant fragrances, mixed here and there with puffs of rose and jasmine.

Delhi: Careening by rickshaw down narrow streets in The Old City. Monsoon season is near. The scents of hundreds of various spices are floating about. Myrrh, Musk, Styrax, Betel. Puffs of smoked Vanilla wood. Finally eucalyptus and herbs.

Nara: This small, peaceful Japanese town harbors magnificent temples and even parks with roaming deer. In the city’s winding alleys hangs an exquisite fragrance of sandalwood, its warm, comforting scent enriched by a hint of sweet and sensual jasmine.

Buenos Aires: This warm summer night, in an ancient but vibrant corner of the city, you enjoy a cold drink on the terrace as the sounds of tango dancers echo in the evening. The beautiful music combines with the extraordinary scent of white flowers and becomes intoxicating.