Fred Soll, like a fine chef, has perfected the art of blending and preparing incense. The incense making process is an intricate one that can take up to four weeks or longer for each batch.
This high-quality incense made in Tijeras, New Mexico is dipped many times into resins and oils, then then sprinkled with the herbs and/or powders and then dried. 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 will burn from 1 to 2 ½ hours, depending on the scent.