The land of the golden coyote and the ancient, red-ribboned earth of California’s majestic Death Valley spans twelve thousand feet of vertical elevation between Bad Water and Telescope Peak. When the sun breaks at dawn over Kingston Peak, the California Juniper trees emit warm pollen on the wind that fills the air with a candy-like flavor, coating mineral-rich stones in a fine yellow dust.
A land of perilous adventure, one that is as different at night as it is during the day, to such a grand degree that you might as well be describing the difference between the sun and the moon. A stark landscape, full of elegant and hardy wildflowers, at once fragile and eternal, a million years of sunshine are captured in this Campfire Incense.
Cinnamon, desert campfire, woodstove.
Wildcrafted plants, tree sap, wood, and bamboo stick. No charcoal or perfume.
Place incense in incense holder. Light the black end of the stick with a match or lighter. Hold the flame to the stick until it holds its own flame. Let the flame burn for a few seconds. Gently blow out the flame. Soon, smoke will rise and your incense will start to smell. Enjoy. Only burn in a well ventilated area. Don't leave unattended.