NO. 26: COPAL
Bring in positive energy with our take on a traditional Mayan incense. Inspired by a getaway to Tulum, this relaxing fragrance is woody and spicy with a hint of citrus and a resinous base. A smoke-free version of our favorite cleansing incense.
Top Notes: rosemary, pepper, cardamom
Heart: thyme, amber, cypress
Base: patchouli, cedar, vanilla, resin
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