Fresh citrus and sweet berries join together with ginger, neroli, moss, cedar and olibanum to create this graceful fragrance dedicated to the Kursk Root Icon of the Theotokos, whose feast day is celebrated Nov. 27 / Dec. 10.
This fragrance is often used at the Hermitage during the Magnificat at Matins
Our Ethiopian Frankincense is blended with granules of real Myrrh resin, for a delightfully warm and earthy scent, with light notes of citrus. This traditional combination has been used in divine...
Like frankincense, myrrh is resin from trees that grow primarily in parts of Arabia and Africa. Myrrh resin, however, has a fragrance completely different from frankincense—warm, earthy, spicy and slightly bitter...
Just like Royal Hojari Frankincense, Premium White Hojari is resin harvested from the boswellia sacra species of frankincense tree. These resins, which range from whitish to very light green, are surpassed in purity only by...