With hints of frankincense, sweet myrrh, basil, and mint, the deceptively dark-colored Nativity of Christ provides a bright balance of churchly scents. This black incense is famous in Greece and hard to find in the West.
I don't know what heaven will smell like or if smell even exists there. If it does, however, I wouldn't be surprised if it smelled like this incense. Another in my top 3 favorites from Legacy!
One granule of this incense produced a beautiful cloud of smoke for a long time (10+ minutes, as I continued to place it on the hottest part of the coal). The incense smells of perfumed evergreen, and as it burns, it takes on a delightful smell of charring wood. Eventually, you will need to remove the blackened bit of coal that is leftover once it finishes burning and smoking (I am talking about the coal of the incense granule, not the charcoal you use in the censer).
As the name suggests, this fragrance is perfect for use in the Winter around Christmas.
Is not a strong scent, so the throw is not over bearing. Is a nice scent for a smaller area.
This incense smells, looks, and burns great. Would buy again for daily use.
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