Papier d'Arménie French Incense Paper
Papier d'Arménie incense paper was created more than 120 years ago and is a respected and much-treasured part of Parisian life. These are famous fragranced paper booklets that have been hand soaked in a process that takes more than 6 months. Convenient and very easy to use, one strip is enough to gently fragrance any indoor space. To this day, Papier d'Arménie is produced in the same factory in Montrouge, France. Only traditional manufacturing methods are used. The basic formula and recipe from 1885 remain unchanged.
- 36 detachable strips of perfumed incense paper
- Made in France
- Includes info card on how to burn
Tradition incense paper is the original scent (green booklet)
Arménie incense paper (blue booklet) blends notes of myrrh and vanilla as well as the woods.
Rose incense papers (pink booklet), blends roses from Iran and Turkey with notes of honey.
Arménie and Rose incense papers were created by the famous French-Armenian perfumer Francis Kurkdjian.
How to use:
Tear out a strip, fold it into a fan or concertina (accordion) pattern, and place it in a burner or other container such as an ashtray. Light one end of the paper and it will begin to smolder, gently emitting an incredible fragrance that is based on a traditional recipe of resins that will lightly fragrance the air.