Today I am reviewing Gyukoshodo Jinkoh Denpu incense sticks.
These were a part of Gyukoshodo’s daily incense assortment pack.
Main Ingredients: Agarwood, Indian sandalwood, camphor, makko powder, charcoal powder, other spices
Burn Time: Approximately 30 minutes.
This one smells very similar to Gyukoshodo Jinsui Seikan incense sticks.
A pleasant aroma. Mostly sandalwood, with a very light aloeswood, some sort of Chinese herb(s), and a bit of camphor. A very typical Japanese incense scent. I believe a lot of the scent is coming from a fine oil because the fragrance profile has a perfume-type quality to it.
Despite that, it’s aroma is very light and I wish it were stronger. The incense produces a very minimal amount of smoke due to the high charcoal content, yet, I almost wish it produced more, because at least then it might scent my room. This is a very mild incense formulation.
Although I guess if you have a sensitive nose, you may really like this one.
It does smell very nice, it’s just light.
Have you tried Gyokushodo Jinkoh Denpu incense sticks?
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