What is the scent of Mysticism, captured in the creamy notes of Nag Champa?
If you’ve walked through a temple street in India, you will be drawn to the magical medley of scents on the road - an assortment of flowers, holy woods, spices, and smokey incense. Nag Champa is a delicate blend of these otherworldly scents - centred around its earthy and floral notes.
Reminiscent of the “Nag'' (serpent) deity, and the sacred “champaca” tree found in India and Nepal, this scent is linked to the traditional spiritual incense of ancient Indian and Buddhist monasteries where it was used to create a meditative atmosphere. Nag Champa was then spread to the world by travellers and hippies of the 1960’s in its most beloved form - the incense stick.
Today, there are a lot of natural fragrances blended across the world, however, Nag Champa will always be a classic, one of a kind aroma.