Plant derived aromas are used in a great variety of ways, giving rise to many customs. A day without fragrance, so the saying went in Ancient Egypt was a day lost. Frankincense was burned in the morning, Dammar at noon and carefully blended incense called Kyphi in the evening. Kyphi was said to be the incense for relaxation and the mild evenings of an ancient Egyptian city were filled with sweet, aromatic and sensual billowing’s from thousands of homes, combining into a symphony of fragrances with great variety of nuance. It conveyed peace and tranquility to those inhaling it a wonderful idea. The sweet, spicy, aromatic clouds of this fragrant smoke do great justice to the expression ‘nectar of the gods’.