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.
This is the only tree to rival the prowess of the Coastal Redwood and commands an old-growth ecology that is certainly every bit as majestic. From the top of Cascade Glaciers to the Sierra Granite highlands, the Douglas Fir encapsulates all the evocative, aesthetic potential of Wilderness Perfume. Enjoying Douglas Fir Campfire Incense is enjoying the quintessential grand pageantry of the western wilderness.
No hidden ingredients. No charcoal or perfume.
Incense for people who enjoy sitting around the campfire. Go there.
Burn incense in a well-ventilated area. Always use with a fire-safe holder and place on a level, heat resistant surface. Ensure ash and embers are caught safely. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Consult a health care practitioner if you are pregnant or suffer from asthma or other respiratory issues. Never leave burning incense unattended.