Today’s review is Seikado Tokusen Jinsui aloeswood “Tani” incense sticks.
It’s worth noting that this incense line has different variations.
This particular incense stick is their “Tani” variation.
Main Ingredients: Aloeswood (Indonesia)
Length: Approximately 6.5″
Burn Time: Approximately 35 minutes.
This smells similar to their “Sham” variation. I assume that the formulation is nearly identical, other then the aloeswood. The aloeswood, however, is much less bitter then the “Sham” version. This is more of a spicy aloeswood, with less of a muskiness. It smells a little ‘hot’, so to speak. This aloeswood is probably a bit less resinous then the “Sham”, but it still smells very nice.
I guess the “Tani” (Indonesian) version is also a bit cheaper then the “Sham” (Vietnamese) version.
Overall, a very nice aloeswood incense formulation.
If you like spicy Indonesian aloeswood, this might be to your liking.
Have you tried Seikado Tokusen Jinsui Aloeswood Sham incense sticks?
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