One of the simple joys in life is waking up to a beautiful day and having breakfast and morning coffee outside. This could be on your porch, patio, or right outside your tent over a nice campfire. There’s just something so invigorating about starting your day in the fresh air that it is hard to describe.
What isn’t so great is having mosquitos buzz around you making you their target for breakfast as well. The same goes for flies who’ve zeroed in on the scent of your food with its purpose seemingly being just to annoy you and ruin the start of your day.
Nantucket Spiders' outdoor and garden incense sticks will help keep your mornings pest-free! This variant of mosquito and fly repelling sticks has a pleasant spiced coffee scent.You may be surprised to learn that insects hate the smell of coffee. You can even use coffee grounds to ward off other insects, like ants, in problem areas.
Outdoor Garden Incense Sticks
Nantucket Spider’s outdoor incense sticks are beautifully crafted and naturally scented using a wonderful blend of organic essential oils that have been steam-distilled and cold-pressed. Our incense sticks use sawdust as the base, making them easy to light and easy to put out again. Each incense stick provides you with over ninety minutes of spiced coffee-scented protection from insects. Feel free to use them even for a short while as you can save them to be re-used the next time you’re outdoors!
Our incense sticks do not use of dyes, artificial perfumes, or harmful chemicals. All incense sticks are sourced using fair trade principles from India, they’re masters when it comes to incense!
Like all Nantucket Spider products, our incense sticks are cruelty-free. We at Nantucket Spider support animal rights, and we will never condone animal testing.
Our spiced coffee scented mosquito & fly repelling sticks need proper ventilation for safe use, and so we recommend that they are used only outdoors.
Our custom-made stone incense stick holders are currently out of stock until June 25th, but you can easily make a tasteful home-made holder by filling a mason jar with sand or pebbles.