Today I am reviewing Gyokushodo Jinko Yozei incense sticks.
These are a part of Gyokushodo’s Daily Assortment incense sampler.
Supposedly these are made from a Vietnamese aloeswood with other ingredients.
Main Ingredients: Aloeswood and others.
Size: Approximately 6″
Burn Time: Approximately 30 minutes.
This has a classic bitter Vietnamese agarwood scent. If somebody asked me what Vietnamese agarwood smelled like, then this would be it. There seems to be some oils in the mix, contributing a musky aroma to the fragrance profile. I also believe there may be some camphor in the formulation. Possibly a bit of clove. It doesn’t detract from the bitter Vietnamese agarwood though.
The fragrance has a moderate strength.
This is a very high quality incense, especially considering the price.
They also seem to burn a while.
Have you tried Gyokushodo Jinko Yozei incense sticks?
Let us know what you thought about them in the comment section below!