Older than the Eiffel Tower, Papier d’Arménie was born in Paris in 1885 as a result of the experiments of a chemist and a scientist. The idea came from a journey to Armenia, the country where the benzoin resin, derived from the bark of trees – the major ingredient of the booklet – was used to purify the air. Incense, myrrh, woodsy, and vanilla scent
The ancient room deodorizer, Papier d'Armenie (Paper of Armenia) has been trusted for more than one hundred years to quickly and naturally purify the air with a warm, familiar ambiance. Fold a single paper accordion-style, light an end and quickly blow it out allowing it to burn slowly. Each booklet contains 36 strips.
Rose Bulgarian and Turkish Rose
Tradition cedar and balsamic
Arménie myrrh, woodsy, and vanilla
My granddaughter and I delight in sharing the rose scented papers! She was fascinated at the concept.
I have fallen in love with this product! The aroma in my home is evocative of a fine European home surrounded by gardens.