To burn an incense cone, light the tip then blow it out gently. Place flat end down in a fire proof dish or dedicated incense burner. Cone incense burn down neatly and extinguish themselves when completed. Because they do not contain wood, incense cones have less of a smoky scent to them than some incense sticks.
Choose from a variety of scents.
Amber: As the tree resin. Smells like a sunny window sill.
Apple: Apple-y, cinnamon-y, and not overly fruity.
Copal: A bright and resinous scent made from the sap of copal trees native to central and south America. Fans of frankincense may also enjoy copal.
Dragon's Blood: A tree resin named for it's deep red color, dragon's blood has an earthy, spicy, and grounding scent.
Forest: Piney and refreshingly musky with hints of peat-moss.
Riches: An earthy and musky incense burned for money-attracting rituals.
Rose: A clean and distinct rose fragrance. I am very particular about my floral scents, and this is the best rose incense I have come across.
Vanilla: Smells like vanilla extract and not that fake, sickeningly sweet smell of inferior incense.
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