Ginger Cedar, Redwood bark, Coastal Spruce boughs, Oregon Myrtle flower
Along the coast of Southern Oregon, unique and aromatic forests line rocky beaches and river ways that form great knots trailing up into a trackless, mountainous wilderness. The Siskiyou Cedar tree heavy with mist and vibrant in green-laced boughs reaches down into wet, rich soil and fills the air with a ginger-like perfume.
This elegant expression of the Pacific Northwest coast eludes culinary description in its warm, round aroma that is more evocative of damp, fresh moss and dark forests where trails dissolve into the thick old growth.
No hidden ingredients. No charcoal or perfume.
Incense for people who enjoy sitting around the campfire. Go there.