Wild crafted, 100% natural incense. Choose a sampler set of each type (6 sticks total) or a full set of your favorites (20 sticks/tube)!
~ California Juniper Campfire: The land of the golden coyote and the ancient, red-ribboned earth of California’s majestic Death Valley spans twelve thousand feet of vertical elevation between Bad Water and Telescope Peak. When the sun breaks at dawn over Kingston Peak, the California Juniper trees emit warm pollen on the wind that fills the air with a candy-like flavor, coating mineral-rich stones in a fine yellow dust. Scent Notes: Cinnamon, desert campfire, wood stove.
~ Douglas Fir Campfire: There is no tree that defines the thick forests of the Northwest like the Douglas Fir. Uniformly stately, these giants march up and down mountains prolifically growing in seasonal cycles of sun and rain. Black barked trees, budding citrus-like aromatic chutes from the end of each branch in springtime and painting deep shadowed forests across the Cascade Mountains where they’ve made their home for millions of years. Scent Notes: Mountain lodge fireplace, forest campground.
~ Sweetgrass Campfire: Summer across the low prairies of the northern plains of the West is a time of harvest and bounty. The warm wind glows with the cinnamon bread-like aroma of the flowering Sweetgrass, and the long days make it hard to imagine the place locked under a layer of snow which is sure to happen in just a few months. Scent Notes: Vanilla, fresh-cut grass, cinnamon bread baking in the oven.
~ Desert Pinon Campfire: The Desert Piñon is the tree that keeps on giving. For Juniper Ridge, Desert Piñon has been our 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. Scent Notes: Sweet Pine, resin, desert campfire, chiminea.
~ Cedar Campfire: Along the coast of Southern Oregon, unique and aromatic forests line rocky beaches and river ways that form great knots trailing up into a trackless, mountainous wilderness. The Siskiyou Cedar tree heavy with mist and vibrant in green-laced boughs reaches down into wet, rich soil and fills the air with a ginger-like perfume. Scent Notes: Ginger Cedar, Redwood bark, Coastal Spruce boughs, Oregon Myrtle flower.
~ White Sage Campfire: The clean yet earthy, round yet sharp, deep yet light aroma of the White Sage plant has come to define the connection that hundreds of generations have felt for the wild places of the West. No plant has enjoyed more popularity than White Sage for its singular ability to sideline all other energies with its pointed, recognizable perfume. We wild harvest the same stands of this plant year after year and steward its pruned regrowth in large, secret stands at the bottom of river drainages across the southwest. Scent Notes: Earth, sunlight on varnished desert rock, spicy resin.
Ingredients: Wildcrafted plants, tree sap, wood, and bamboo stick. No hidden ingredients. No charcoal or perfume.