Today’s review is for Gyokushodo Jinkoh Kojurin incense sticks.
I received this incense stick as a part of Gyokushodo’s Daily Incense assortment pack.
Main Ingredients: Aloeswood, and others.
Burn Time: Approximately 30 minutes.
A decent light aloeswood incense with some sort of musk oil placed on top.
This incense smells more musky then anything, with a a moderate helping of spice.
Although you can certainly smell the aloeswood, the musk fragrance definitely creates a certain dynamic.
There’s something in there can be a little sharp at times, but I’m not really sure what it is.
Overall, pretty good if you’re into musk fragrances.
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