The juniper family comprises 52 varieties that have been developed adapting to the conditions of their different habitats around the world.
The variety that grows on the coasts of the northern hemisphere is juniperus communis. This variety is characterized by its growth in the form of a low shrub with colored berries and strong needles prepared to withstand the harsh conditions of wind and salt water. The aroma of this shrub is woody and in turn sweet with notes that remind us of pine.
Historically, this aroma was used to honor the gods, now its berries are used for the production of perfumes with green notes.
Juniper berries are harvested sustainably in the coastal hills of Margate.
Juniperus Communis (Juniper) oil.
HOW IS IT USED?
Burn the top tip of the cone for about 15 seconds, then blow the flame until the tip looks clearly incandescent. Position the cone on a metal surface or bowl in the heart of your home for a better aroma infusion.
Each incense cone burns for approximately 15 minutes leaving a scent that will last between 2 and 4 hours depending on the size of the room.