Our house Oudh masala incense is a decadent blend of gorgeous agarwood powders. Made especially for people that would like to enjoy the mystical, euphoric, deeply woody aroma of oudh, without the use of charcoal. You can use this oudh masala in your oil burner for a clean scent with barely any smoke.

It’s versatile so it’s also wonderful in one of our charcoal-free burners or even on charcoal as a traditional incense – just note that it will burn faster directly on charcoal tablets.

Seriously long-lasting fragrance and a little goes a long way.

60 grams in each jar.

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  1. Rebsie

    Exquisitely lovely


    I was sent some of this as a free sample and loved it so much I came back and bought a jar. It’s got a deep and rich scent which to my oudh-loving nose is worth every penny. There are lots of ways you can use it. My favourite is on a subitism heater, but it also works in a (dry) oil burner if you can get it hot enough, or you can compress a little bit with your fingers and light it, and it will burn for quite a few seconds giving off the most exquisite scent. You can heat a bit on the end of a knife blade, or on a mica plate held over a tealight. And to be honest you don’t even need to heat it, just sniffing the jar is great when you want an instant oudh-hit! The scent is not dissimilar to the oudh dhoop cones, but maybe a little bit brighter. It’s a very rich and luxuriously gooey aroma, and you only need a tiny bit to create a beautiful atmosphere in the room. I absolutely love it and it’s quite unlike any other incense product I’ve come across.

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