Older than the Eiffel Tower, Papier d’Arménie was born in Paris in 1885 as a result of the experiments of a chemist and a scientist. The idea came from a journey to Armenia, the country where the benzoin resin, derived from the bark of trees – the major ingredient of the booklet – was used to purify the air. Incense, myrrh, woodsy, and vanilla scent.
Tradition: cedar, balsamic
Armenie: myrrh, vanilla, woodsy
The ancient room deodorizer, Papier d'Armenie (Paper of Armenia) has been trusted for more than one hundred years to quickly and naturally purify the air with a warm, familiar ambiance. Fold a single paper accordion-style, light an end and quickly blow it out allowing it to burn slowly. Each booklet contains 36 strips.
2 booklets, 1 of each scent, or a reproduction 1800's box with 6 booklets (3 of each scent)