Blackbird Incense

Lone ~ cedarwood, new orleans moss, African bluegrass, fig

£28.00
  • Lone ~ cedarwood, new orleans moss, African bluegrass, fig
  • Lone ~ cedarwood, new orleans moss, African bluegrass, fig

Blackbird Incense

Lone ~ cedarwood, new orleans moss, African bluegrass, fig

£28.00

Inspiration notes from Blackbird ~ A mature collection of moss specimens from the damp swampy forests of New Orleans, trapped in a box, individually tagged, identified and accounted for. Bright and alive, damp and ancient. 

  • Cedarwood, New Orleans moss, African bluegrass, fig
  • Lid acts as burner
  • 20+ cones per tin
  • 20 min burn time (approx) - lasts 2-4 hours (medium size room)
  • Reusable packaging
  • Travel friendly
  • Handmade
HOW TO BURN CONE INCENSE ●Select a heat resistant burner such as the lid a traditional cone incense burner, stone, seashell, tile or dish. ●Place burner on a stable surface away from flammable objects, children and pets. ●Carefully light the tip of the cone and let burn for 10 to 15 seconds until an ember has formed and then blow out. ●Allow to smoke until the cone has burned all the way through. ●Dispose of ash in water to prevent risk of fire. ●Keep your burner clean by scooping ash or washing away residue. Salt and sand make great bases for your burner.
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Inspiration notes from Blackbird ~ A mature collection of moss specimens from the damp swampy forests of New Orleans, trapped in a box, individually tagged, identified and accounted for. Bright and alive, damp and ancient. 

  • Cedarwood, New Orleans moss, African bluegrass, fig
  • Lid acts as burner
  • 20+ cones per tin
  • 20 min burn time (approx) - lasts 2-4 hours (medium size room)
  • Reusable packaging
  • Travel friendly
  • Handmade
HOW TO BURN CONE INCENSE ●Select a heat resistant burner such as the lid a traditional cone incense burner, stone, seashell, tile or dish. ●Place burner on a stable surface away from flammable objects, children and pets. ●Carefully light the tip of the cone and let burn for 10 to 15 seconds until an ember has formed and then blow out. ●Allow to smoke until the cone has burned all the way through. ●Dispose of ash in water to prevent risk of fire. ●Keep your burner clean by scooping ash or washing away residue. Salt and sand make great bases for your burner.