Fred Soll, like a fine chef, has perfected the art of blending and preparing his incense. The incense making process is an intricate one that can take up to three weeks for each batch. The incense is dipped and sprinkled with the herbs and/or powders, and then dried in the brilliant New Mexico sun. The manual labor is intensive, but worth it.
Designed to be burned in a horizontal, rather than vertical, position, each stick of Fred Soll's® incense burns at least two hours, some scents even burn up to three hours. Fred refuses to compromise his standards, buying only the highest quality pure resins, essential oils, and herbs.
Six scintillating scents to choose from:
- Taos Pine: The natural resins for this invigorating fragrance are
gathered from the forests around Taos
- Sacred Sage: Sage is burned to "detoxify" your environment - made from
pure piñon resin, natural essential oils and white sage
- Pinon: The Piñon pine tree, native to New Mexico, was the inspiration
for this truly refreshing fragrance
- Ancient Blend - Frankincense & Myrrh: Truly for the connoisseur, this
classic fragrance blend is made solely from pure Frankincense & Myrrh
- Albuquerque Mountain Cedar: Native American traditions tell that where
there is cedar, evil will not enter
- Sweetgrass: The native people of North America consider fragrant sweetgrass sacred for it's ability to purify, protect and attract positive energy