Fête d'Hiver incense evokes a snow-covered rose garden, cobblestoned ancient city, blanketed with snow on the longest night of the year. Whiffs of fragrant mulled wine escape the door as someone enters it, shaking the snow off their furry coat collar. Picture yourself entering an ancient stone cathedral for Midnight Mass, lit with beeswax candles on the darkest night of the year, and shrouded in a thick cloud of frankincense smoke mingled with roses, lilies and orchard breeze from far away lands.
Fête d'Hiver incense was created especially for the Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year. The fragrance is redolent of frankincense, amber, rose, jasmine, orange peel, grapefruit blossoms and spices. It is rich, dense and
Fête d'hived Winter Solstice Incense cones come in a box containing paper-wrapped bundle of 18 incense sticks.
To burn the incense sticks: Place the lit stick (light the tip and then blow out the flame) on a bowl full of ash (preferably rice ash). This will enable the stick to burn without any bits left off. If you have a designated incense dish with a hole you may also use that. It will leave a tiny bit of incense unused though.