Find the most enchanting Bakhoor Incense in Kuwait
Bakhoor is one of the most popular perfumes in the Middle East and its essence is now spreading all over the globe. The best way to describe this is that it is essentially wood chips that have been submerged in perfume oils along with other natural ingredients like sandalwood, resin and essential oils. Bakhoor is an important part of the Arabic culture and besides, it is very diverse and can accommodate a variety of tastes and preferences. It comes in the form of chips, blocks, balls or in a chocolate shape.
What does Bakhoor smell like?
The Bakhoor home fragrance is can be found in a diverse range of aromas. You will most likely be able to find a variation that you love. The most common fragrances are woody and earthy such as Sandalwood, Amber and Oudh.
How to use Bakhoor at home
The most common way to use a wide range of incense Bakhoor is to burn it so the aromas fill the corners of your space.
All you need is your Bakhoor chips, incense burner or mabkhara and charcoal discs.
Once you have all these in place, follow this process.
Place the charcoal disc/discs inside the mabkhara or incense burner
Light the coal pieces until you see a sparks emerging from the coal
Once you see a layer of gray ash on it, the coal is hot enough to place the Bakhoor on it
Place the Bakhoor on the coal and in a few seconds, your space will be filled with its aroma
What is the difference between Oudh and Bakhoor?
Sometimes, the terms Oudh and Bakhoor are used inter-changeably but there are significant differences between the two. Oudh is primarily wood chips harvested from the Agarwood tree. It undergoes minimal processing and is used in its purest form. Bakhoor is also wood chips, however, they do not have an inherent aroma as they get their fragrance from being soaked in various perfume oils. So the Arabic Bakhoor comes in a diverse range of fragrances. Bakhoor can also contain Oudh in the form of attar or perfume oil. Bakhoor appears oily due to the presence of aromatic compounds and oils imparted synthetically.