Tulasi Incense Sticks

Good value incense sticks made by the Sarathi Perfumery Works

There are plenty of Indian incense manufacturers and Tulasi incense sticks have been very popular over the last few years. At the last count there were around sixty fragrances in the standard range, with many other mood enhancing variations including aromatherapy incense.

Where are Tulasi Incense Sticks Made?

The Tulasi incense brand in made by the Sarathi Perfumery Works in India and exported worldwide to mainland Europe and the UK. There are also variants of Tulasi incense made for the North American market as well.

Sarathi Perfumery have been manufacturing their Tulasi incense sticks for many years and have continued to grow gradually in various world markets. Operating out of Bangalore in India, the factory covers 2 acres and employs over 200 people.

Sarathi supply a huge amount of incense to the domestic Indian market and have been making incense for over 50 years.

What Tulasi Incense Fragrances are Available?

This isn’t an expensive incense by any means and there’s a good selection on offer in the standard incense sticks range. Popular fragrances include:

Aloe Vera, Amber, Chamomile, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Rose, Sandalwood and Vanilla.

Above are just a few of the sixty plus fragrance choices you can select depending on what mood you want to create.

The incense itself comes packaged in distinctive hexagonal shaped packs containing twenty incense sticks. Each stick measures a standard size in length of around 25cm (9 inches). You can also buy in a bulk pack that comes in a convenient storage box containing six packs offering greater value for money.

What is the Quality of the Incense Like?

As with all aromatics, and particularly incense sticks, it’s very much a subjective choice. Generally speaking, the entry price point of this Indian incense is relatively cheap – starting at around £1.00 to £1.50 for twenty. For the price, I’d say it was reasonably good place to place to start your quest on the incense journey.

The incense sticks need to be burned using a purpose made incense holder that can be bought in various shapes and sizes. This ensures that the incense is burned safely and that the aroma spreads adequately around your room.

Start with a small sampler packet to test the quality for yourself. Do a search online for any Tulasi incense sticks reviews so you can get more of an idea of what to expect. However, the cost is nominal so go ahead and try one of the many fragrances available.