An uplifting hallway incense with a touch of Oudh and Taifi Rose. A sensual burning incense that is sweet and floral. It comes in the form of small woody strands that have been dipped in pure Oudh oil to give it an added kick..
Oudh oil, Sandalwood, Rose, Musk, Floral and Sweet.
Duggatal Oudh with Wardh Taifi is essentially an aloeswood rose incense. ‘Oudh’ obviously is ‘oud’, which is the arabic word for aloeswood and/or its essential oil. The incense woodchips, which are very fine and granular, are heavily impregnated with the most fantastic rose scent imaginable. The rose scent on this incense is just absolutely lovely. It’s a full body rose, and contains not just the scent of the rose itself, but of the stems and green leaves, too.
DIRECTION: Take a piece of incense burning charcoal and heat a corner of it with a small flame for about 60 seconds until it becomes red hot. Place the piece of coal in incense burner. Sprinkle small amount of incense. You may also sprinkle the incense directly on an electric burner.
What is Bakhoor or Bukhoor?
Bukhoor or Bakhoor is the Arabic name given to scented bricks or a blend of natural traditional ingredients, mainly woodchips (oudh the Arabic name for Agarwood/Aloeswood) soaked in fragrant oils and mixed with other natural ingredients (resin, ambergris, musk, sandalwood, essential oils and others). These scented chips/bricks are burned in charcoal or incense burners to perfume the house and clothing with the fragrance rich smoke. This is used specifically on special occasions like weddings or on relaxing times or generally just to perfume the house or store. It is traditional in many Arab countries to pass bakhoor among the guests as a gesture of hospitality.
The Bukhoor is usually burned in a traditional incense burner called Mabkhara (it has other names in other courtiers like Majmor), using charcoal of wood or manufactured charcoal discs/briquettes. But many people nowadays use electrical incense burners because they are faster and safer to use. However most still prefer to use the charcoal because it is s traditional, natural and burns bakhoor better.