Bakhour Duggat Oudh Al Comboudi.
Fragrant woods, resins and flowers in powder form.
Smoking according to the old Arab tradition, as it is still practiced today.
Fragrant woods, resins and flowers in powder form, which have been enriched with noble, fragrant oils.
When smoking on charcoal, the valuable fragrances are released and create a nice atmosphere.
Tips for smoking Bakhour:
To smoke with Bakhour it is best to use charcoal. The charcoal is first ignited over a flame, Special lighters or a candle flame are ideal.
After the charcoal begins to glow, it is placed in a bakhour holder or other refractory vessel.
The Bakhour is now placed on the charcoal and smoking can begin.
Ventilate well after smoking with Bakhoor.
Very high temperatures can arise when smoking.
The incense burners can get very hot. There is a risk of fire. Protective gloves and fireproof pads are recommended. Always keep animals and children away.
Please do not leave unattended during use.