SCENTSCAPE - Tea & Hot milk 40 sticks

SCENTSCAPE - Tea & Hot milk 40 sticks
SCENTSCAPE - Tea & Hot milk 40 sticks

SCENTSCAPE - Tea & Hot milk 40 sticks

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Experience the beauty of the season through fragrance.
Each passing season brings reminiscent fragrances. Embraced in comfort, remember the fragrances that resonate to distant memories of the heart. Try the heart-warming fragrances at the comfort of your home.

The top cover can be used as a lovely incense stand by turning it upside down.
(Decorative purpose only, do not burn incense in stand)

- Hot milk tea fragrance with elegance

- No bamboo core, clean burning, pure scent

- Box includes 40 sticks and a mini ceramic holder (white)

- Beautiful package, perfect for a small gift

- For meditation, relaxation, stress reduction, massaging, reading, yoga,and bathing


Key Note:

Black tea, Milk

Burn Time:

Approx. 25 min.

W x H x D (inch):

1 3/16 X 6 1/8 X 1 3/16

W x H x D (mm):

30 x 156 x 30

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
In love

It's my second time ordering tea and hot milk. I really wasn't sure at first because I didn't know if such a scent would work in incense form, and how tea could come out in a scent. But it works, it works very well and it's warm and pleasant. The hot milk part reminds me a little bit of hot chocolate, except that there isn't a chocolate scent in it. It adds depth and it's a really interesting mix. To date it has to be my favourite incense despite that I've been more into the traditional scents so far, like aloeswood.

Royal milk tea in stick form!

This Tea and Hot Milk incense really smells just like royal milk tea! This is both my favorite in the Scentscape line and one of my favorite incenses overall.

Memories of childhood

Smells like warm milk tea my mom would make! Light scent that lingered for about 15 mins after burn was completed.

Not a favourite

I'm not picking up the distinct scent of black tea with hot milk here. I can't really describe the scent, but it is not unpleasant. It just doesn't smell how I expected it would.

How do they do it?

It smells just like royal milk tea once it's lit!

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