German Incense: Original Knox Räucherkerzen, in Sampler Packets of 5 Cones
Original size Knox incense cones, in small sampler bags, for use in German incense smokers. Our smokers and our incense cones both are made at workshops in Germany's Erzgebirge Mountains. Here's a great way to try many different scents without committing to a full box: each of these bags contains 5 incense cones. Here's the English version of the description printed on the back of each regular size box of Knox incense:
Family-owned company with more than 150 years of tradition! Today, the incense sticks from the Knox brand still remain true to the well-kept secret recipes of the chemist who invented them. Natural, aromatic ingredients like exotic tree resins, rare roots and barks, fragrant blossoms and flavourful spices are freshly ground, processed right away and carefully dried. Only in this way is it possible to preserve the natural essence that gives Knox incense cones their unmistakable aroma and traditional fragrance.
We couldn't have said it better ourselves. The aroma emanating from each packet is divine. You'll love burning these incense cones in your German Erzgebirge Incense Smoker! There are 18 different scents; order one or order a whole bunch, but due to the way in which we purchase these packets, unless you are here in person, there is no practical way for us to let you choose what you want... so we will send you one of our choosing, or an assortment should you order more than one. Or, feel free to order and send us an email or a note on your order asking for particular scents and we will do the best we can to send what you want.
The wonderful incense scents are, in no particular order: lavender (lavendel), sandalwood (sandel), myrrh (weihrauch-myrrhe), pine (tanne), lemon, Christmas scent (weihnachtsduft), forest honey (waldhonig), violet (veilchen), baked apple (bratapfel), gingerbread (lebkuchen), cinnamon (zimt), vanilla (vanille), orange, punch bowl (feuerzangenbowle), hot wine punch (glühwein), almond (gebrannte mandeln), marzipan, and chocolate (schokolade).
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