Come celebrate the Day of the Dead with this sweet and evocative incense recipe. Burn this candy-like incense at any celebration as a treat for both your ancestors and living relatives alike.
"Incienso de los Meurtos" was created after receiving repeated requests for a traditional Mexican Copal-based incense. I was told first hand that the most popular aromatic mix in Mexican incense relies heavily on Copal, Rose and Sage. I have been wanting to come up with a "Day of the Dead" incense for quite some time, so this was the perfect opportunity to do a more celebratory and positive incense blend for the ancestors. The intent wasn't to make a dark, solitary "death" style incense, but rather a communal holiday sort of blend, perfect for events like wedding, anniversaries, and other occasions. In many ways, this blend ended up being a rose flavored dessert incense. Though quite intense in its raw form, the rose quickly disperses throughout the room and blends excellently with the other ingredients when placed upon a hot hookah-style charcoal.
Editions: Inciense de los Muertos (1st ed. - 2016)
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