Beautiful, bold and complex, this incense starts out with notes of leather, pepper and tobacco, a subtle balance which you'll find a little bit musky and a little bit sexy. A base of teak and sandalwood with a hint of orange and patchouli make this a fragrance adored by all. Light and enjoy!
- 15 charcoal incense sticks
- Hand dipped in Los Angeles
- Approx 10.7" Long - Burn time 1 hour
- Scent longevity 2-4 hours
- See our full Incense collection
Top Notes: orange, leather, tobacco, amber & musk. Heart: black tea & black pepper. Base: sandalwood, teak, cedarwood, patchouli
Designed, produced and shipped from under one roof in their Los Angeles, CA factory, P.F Candle co are determined to create scents that make your home feel like, well - home!
P.F.’s mission since 2012 is to create high-end quality home fragrance an everyday luxury. P.F. Candle Co was founded by Kristen in 2008. When the recession hit, Kristen lost her job and relocated to Austin with the dream of paying the bills by making things by hand.
Since the launch of their first scented candle in 2012, the P.F. Candle Co has expanded from a second bedroom operation to a globally recognized brand. A completely bootstrapped enterprise, with no formal business degrees or experience, A company built with the spirit of grit, passion, and DIY.
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