Place incense cone on a heat resistant, non combustible surface. We recommend adding a little salt or sand to the burner to allow for better air flow under the cone. Light the tip of the cone and wait for a FULL 15-20 seconds before blowing out. Cone tip should glow red and smoke should be visible. If the cone does not stay lit, re-light and start again. Cone may not burn all the way down to the very bottom. Do not handle the incense cone once lit. Surface or burner may also become hot, so be sure to allow the surface to cool before handling. Each cone will produce aromatic smoke for about 15-20 minutes. Do not leave unattended. Store cones in closed container when not in use. Best if used within 6-8 months of purchasing.
The blends of these little incense cones are intoxicating, mystical, earthy, grounding and utterly magical. Spark… wrapped in scented blankets in front of a fire reduced to undulating red coals with a mug of honey-laced tea. Ember: the brash impudence of burning wood refusing to let go. Ash…smoldering embers surrounded by the crashing of waterfalls through lichen-dressed boulders holding centuries of dirt in towering mounds. My personal favorite-Smoke…tall cedars, pines, Doug-firs, snow-capped mountains in double-depth mossy-cedar forests painted with fairies in minty tutu’s pining for the Winter Solstice.
Am new to this product in general and due to my concerns with my sinuses, i was weary. However, They have not been irritating at all and I prefer Ash scent so far. Will continue buying again!
This is my first personal experience with cones, and I might just be a full convert. These scents are such a beautiful range of sensory experiences, evoking memory and imagination the moment you breathe in.
The top point was smashed down it was hard to light to get it burning it was short so I hope the scent went well first one was great impressed with the smooth after scent in the air