Botafumeiro, a reference to biblical times when pilgrims traveled on foot along the pastoral Camino de Santiago in route to the tomb of St. James resting below the historic stones of the Cathedral. Swinging to great heights along the church, the Botafumeiro censer expels billows of scented smoke filling the air with a heavenly aroma.
Warm, sweet and smooth with hints of spice-- notes of berry, nutmeg, incense and sandalwood come together to form a deeply divine fragrance.
Origins of the materials:
Spanish cistus (labdanum)
Styrax resin from Honduras