Hand-Dipped, Small-Batch Incense Cones:
I make this incense using all-natural charcoal cones made from the Joss Tree and Bamboo. These charcoal cones are MUCH cleaner burning than wood pulp cones and create less smoke. The fragrance is a bit cleaner as well because the charcoal has been already burned once. These superb quality cones are clean burning -- no toxic fumes, and no burnt after-scent! Each cone burns for about 30 minutes.
> Each packet contains 10 -OR- 12 cones in a push-out box.
After I sell my first batch of 10 cones per box, all boxes will come with 12.
> Also, after this first batch is gone, I will ONLY be making BACK-FLOW cones because you can burn them in a regular incense burner or a back-flow one.
> ALL the fragrance oils that I use in my shop (body, bath, wax, and incense!) are Phthalate-Free.
My Incense Catalog Scents:
>>> Tante Marie (Regular 2" Cones)
-- Vanilla, Butter, Bourbon, Orange Peel, Caramel, Pecans, Wafts of Wood Smoke --
(Tante Marie was a woman who sold pralines on Royal Street in New Orleans. There is some history here: https://www.eater.com/2016/10/27/13422426/praline-new-orleans-pecan-candy)
>>> Hoia Baciu Forest (Back Flow 2" Cones)
-- Dragon’s Blood Resin, Cypress, Moss, Bayberry, and Ancient Spruce Trees --
The inspo for this blend is the Hoia Baciu Forest, just outside Cluj-Napoca, in the depths of Transylvania. It has been called the creepiest forest in the world.
>>> Sacred Grounds (Regular 2" Cones)
-- Roasted Coffee Grounds, Vanilla Bean Infused Cream, Chocolate Covered Hazelnut Pralines, Palo Santo Smoke, Cedar Wood, and Amber --
>>> Golden Bough (Back Flow 2" Cones)
-- Warm, Sensual, Resinous Oud with a Light, Cleansing Cedarwood and Golden Amber --
>>> Now is the Winter of our Discontent (Back Flow 2" Cones)
-- Creamy Vanilla Peppermint Candy, Crisp Green Leaves, Soft Musk, Dry Wood, and a Single Drop of Patchouli --
>>> Bakasana (Back Flow 2" Cones)
-- Palo Santo, Lemon Blossom, Cashmere, Butter, Toffee, Fluffy Vanilla Cake, & Cedar Wood --
- Always be aware that burning incense and incense ash is a fire hazard.
- Once lit, never leave incense unattended.
- Incense should always be used with an appropriate incense burner/holder.
- Be aware of the placement of burning incense next to flammable things.
- Be sure to burn incense in spaces that are well-ventilated.