The modern Oud is one of the central instruments in Arabic music, Djibouti and Somalia, with some presence in Turkey. Arabic for ‘wood’ specifically of a thin kind, it is a fretless, solo instrument that is incorporated at times in Taqasim (improvisations) with song, signifying versatility with a sense of unity.
Incense dances, like its strings; moving and meditative, representing the almost imperfect tempo. Benzoin and honey give the playful incense a deep base to fall back into. Subtle notes of tea emanate throughout, while rose and bougainvillea petals fill the air.
'Bougainvillaea', rose, tea, incense, and honey.
Crackling wooden wick, coconut & apricot crème wax, essential oils & regulated aroma molecules.
Hand-crafted and hand-poured.
150g fill, burn time 15 hours.
-Trim your wick at first and after each use, you can use your fingers or a napkin.
-Burn your candle to the edges on the first burn to avoid a sinkhole.
-Keep the wax pool free of wick trimmings, matches and debris.
-Do not burn a candle all the way down (leave ½”)
-Do not touch or move vessel while burning.
-Extinguish if it repeatedly smokes or the flame becomes too high.
-Do not burn longer than 3 hours at a time.
-With crackling wooden wicks, the sound is part of the experience!