The Desert Piñon is the tree that keeps on giving. For Juniper Ridge, Desert Piñon has been a go-to as an aromatic spearhead of all things Southwest. Its needles, when crushed between fingertips, emit a sweet, resinous note which evokes flashes of desert springs and red rock cliffs. The pitch, the sap as it drips in crystalline formation down the tree trunks of the older trees, is easily harvested and when distilled, defines the wind with its honey-like earthy tone.
This incense is the smell of Santa Fe in the winter, full of enchantment and the spice-like magic of clean, campfire smoke settling in the valley at dusk.
Sweet Pine, resin, desert campfire, chiminea.
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.