Curry Incense Makes Houses Smell Delicious

Get that great home-cooking scent without having to turn on the stove

New curry-scented incense makes people's houses smell like spicy home cooking, but without having to actually turn on the stove.

There’s nothing like the smell of delicious food cooking to make a place feel warm, homey, and exciting. To get that effect without actually having to chop, dice, or even turn on the stove, a Japanese incense company has just come out with a special-edition incense that smells just like simmering curry.

According to Sora News 24, the Kameya incense and candle manufacturing house has just released its Mini Curry Fragrance Incense, which is scented with cloves, cinnamon, and sage, as well as other ingredients typically found in a pot of curry. It also contains a bit of sandalwood, so the overall effect sounds like it would be that of someone cooking curry while also burning sandalwood incense. That sounds pretty nice, actually.

The curry incense is in stock now and sells for about $6 a box from the Rakuten website.

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For those who would rather get their delicious ambience the old-fashioned way, check out our best curry recipes for some good ways to get the scent--and the flavor--of curry into your house.