Nandi Divine Flora incense sticks are made by A.V. Aswathiah & Brothers in India.
These come in typical Indian-styled packaging, which is adorned with images of fragrant flowers. One side seems to be in English, while the other side must be in their native language.
This is a spicy durbar incense with a heavy floral push. It’s tough to pick out many individual notes, but there is definitely a mix of flowers, with honey, spices, and some resinous components. It’s definitely very complex.
Supposedly this product is all-natural.
Nandi Divine Flora is a wonderful durbar incense which I believe everybody should try. However, I have noticed that sometimes this incense varies in quality a little. I am not sure why this is, but sometimes it is a very divine smell, and sometimes it seems a bit more muted.
Although these incense sticks are lovely, they can sometimes be a bit intense. They pack a lot of fragrance into these things and some people may find them a little overwhelming.
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This article was updated on 07/31/2020.