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Nepalese Dhoop Rope Incense - GIFT PACK (Rose, Sandalwood, Lemongrass & Patchouli)

Nepalese Dhoop Rope Incense - GIFT PACK (Rose, Sandalwood, Lemongrass & Patchouli)

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Gift pack of handmade Rope incense - unique and long burning, with optional burner box
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Nepalese Dhoop Rope Incense - GIFT PACK (Rose, Sandalwood, Lemongrass & Patchouli)

OPTIONAL MULTIPURPOSE BURNER BOX
Choose either the mixed pack of rope incense (4 packs), or add a multipurpose timber burner box to the pack by choosing PLUS BURNER from the drop-down OPTIONS menu near the top of the page, before adding it to your cart. If you do not make a choice, the default pack is for the incense packs only.

ROPE INCENSE
Rope Incense is one of the most unique incense types you're likely to come across, handmade in Nepal using traditional methods: dried herbs and other naturally scented botanicals are finely powdered and wrapped in a thin strip of hand-prepared Nepali lokta paper, which is then braided to form a rope-like dhoop stick, ready to burn.

This gift pack includes four packs of beautiful rope incense, with 45 sticks of rope per pack: Sandalwood, Rose, Lemongrass and Patchouli. You can also choose to add a multipurpose burner box that can burn rope incense, Japanese sticks, standard Indian sticks and cones - just choose the PLUS BURNER option from the DROP-DOWN OPTIONS LIST near the top of the page, before adding it to your cart.

To burn your Rope Incense, just light the intertwined ends and once it's alight, blow out the flame to allow the stick to smoulder. Rest a lit stick in a heatproof dish of sand or ash, in a suitable censer, or a purpose-made Burner Box (available as an added option with this pack). Each stick will burn up to 30 - 40 minutes depending on the breeze and burning conditions. . 45 x 3.5" (approx 8-9cm) sticks per pack. Handmade in Nepal.