Annee Armenie Burning Papers
Annee Armenie Burning Papers
$7.50

Annee Armenie Burning Papers

SKU: 28563

To mark Armenia year in France, this booklet was given a complete makeover, with a new graphic design and a new fragrance.

As the paper slowly burns, it releases fragrances of incense, myrrh and vanilla as well as certain woody scents, an aroma that was created by the famous perfurmer Francis Kurkdjian. His aim? To re-create Armenian scents by reworking the legendary fragrance, imbuing it with a mystical presence and a hint of the Orient.

The result is an authentic fragrance guaranteed to provide a real sensory experience.

Inspired by patterns used in traditional decorative art and the colors of the Armenia flag, the graphic design on the cover of the exclusive Armenia year booklet pays homage to the magnificence of Armenian calligraphy.

It features a beautiful illuminated initial known as "Terchna Kir", an amalgamation of the words ford "bird" and "letter".

Tear off a strip, fold it accordion-style and place it on your Papier d'Arménie™ burner. Light the paper, blow gently so that the paper begins to glow (it should not burn quickly).
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The ancient room deodorizer, Papier d’Arménie (Paper of Armenia), has been trusted for more than one hundred years to quickly and naturally purify the air with a warm, familiar ambiance. After cooking or near the family pet, fold a single paper accordion-style, light an end and quickly blow it out allowing it to burn slowly. Use the terracotta holder specially made for this traditional and convenient incense alternative.

The Paris suburb of Montrouge is the site of the workshop where traditional skills have always been used to make Papier d’Arménie. Its production involves several stages: preparing the aromatic bath, salinising the paper, drying it in an oven, resting and finishing – that is, cutting the paper into leaves, perforating the strips, assembling the booklets and finally packing them for you.