Armenian Incense Papers | PAPIERS D'ARMÉNIE
Papier d'Arménie, or Armenian Burning Paper, was burned in Armenian households far before the practice was carried over to France in the XIXth century, where it rapidly grew in popularity thanks to its soft, uplifting resinous fragrance and the belief that it could dispel disease, impurity, and malodor.
TRADITION | Sweet and balsamic, Tradition is Papier d'Arménie's classic fragrance, concocted after creator Auguste Ponso first discovered the Armenian paper tradition and carried it over to France in 1885.
ARMÉNIE | Perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, known for creations like Jean Paul Gauthier's Le Male and MFK's Baccarat Rouge 540, reformulated the original "Tradition" fragrance in 2006 with notes of benzoin, vanilla, myrrh, wood, and balsam. This product has a powerful aroma and is not suited to those with scent-related sensitivities.
ROSE | Another reformulation signed by Kurkdjian pairs the traditional balsamic aroma with heady Turkish and Iranian rose petals for a sweet and floral fragrance with fruity and gourmand nuances. This product has a powerful aroma and is not suited to those with scent-related sensitivities.
36 strips per booklet.