Coming Soon

In the pipeline for the next couple weeks or so: The Direct Help Foundation’s Maya Devi line, the first in a four part (and eventually more) look at the Shroff Channabasappa masala line, and four more from Shrinivas (Geet Govind, Royal, (TT) Loban, Shivshankar). Soon to follow, high end Tibetan magic from Mindroling and Medicine King, a couple large coils from Baieido, more from the Incense from India line, the Himenoka pressed incense package and 12 Angelscents from Shoyeido, a few Tibetan ropes, lots more from Shrinivas (including most of their more recent releases), Mother’s India Fragrances, more from Mystic Temple, dozens from Fred Soll and Nitiraj, and lots lots more.

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3 Comments

  1. Laurie said,

    February 3, 2009 at 11:26 pm

    I don’t mind perfumes in my incense as long as it’s a compliment rather than the star. They really weren’t bad scents, but I felt kind of like they were mostly trying to draw in the new agey crowd – and while I like a lot of those new agey oils like bpal and such make, I tend to want my incense to smell like incense.

  2. Mike said,

    February 3, 2009 at 3:40 pm

    I’ve not a chance to sit down with them yet. Little sampler sets like this are treacherous to review. You get distracted once and there goes the description. They do have names a lot like the LISN brand, though, and those were definitely very perfumey. They look like the 12 Months line, though, which do use oils and are very good. But now … uh oh 😀

  3. Laurie said,

    February 3, 2009 at 2:38 pm

    Oh, the angelscents! I got those recently. I… didn’t like them much. On the whole they smelled like pretty nice perfumes… but not incense.


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