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Juniper Ridge - Campfire Incense

Juniper Ridge - Campfire Incense

Burning these sticks, takes you to the mountains, forests and deserts of the American West - in the most authentic way possible, without actually going there yourself.

All Juniper Ridge products are 100% Wildcrafted and produced using old perfume making techniques including distillation, tincturing and infusion. A hundred years ago, all perfumes were made this way. Today they are only ones who handle every step of the process themselves, from beginning to end. These formulas vary from year to year and harvest to harvest, based on rainfall, temperature, exact harvesting location and season. 

Vectis Karma stocks all 6 varieties of Juniper Ridge Campfire Incense: CedarDeath ValleyDesert PinonDouglas FirSweetgrass and White Sage.

Karen @ Vectis Karma says: "The Great American outdoors in your own living room, from a company with a love, understanding and deep appreciation of nature. The ingredients used are 100% natural and wild harvested in a completely sustainable fashion. Burning these sticks, takes you to the mountains, forests and deserts of the American West. fascinating and refreshing alternative to what we know from Japanese, Indian and Tibetan Incense. Being opened minded enough to try these will offer surprising aromatic rewards."

All items in stock, priced at £14.99 each and ship free of charge within the UK.

The packaging used are strong tubes - offering good protection and a good vehicle to show off some great artwork, unique to each fragrance.

Created On  18 May 2017 12:40  -  Permalink


These are complex blends of simple and harmonious spices. I particularly liked Douglas Fir; it had something that I haven't found in Indian and Japanese incense. I really did feel deep in a pine forest in some US national park; huddled around a fire.

I would say, it was refreshing to experience an incense that wasn't entirely spiritual. This was more of an experience that didn't disappoint in transporting me to another place.

Love them!
Posted By: Will - 12 Jun 2017 14:29

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