Bakhoor is basically a woodchip which has been submerged in perfumed oil and mixed with other natural ingredients such as resin, sandalwood essential oils among others depending on an individual’s preference.
These scented chips are mostly burned on charcoal or using an electric incense burner to perfume the rich fragrance produced in form of thick smoke. In most cases, this fragrance is used during special occasions such as weddings, love-centered occasions or during relaxing moments.
In the Arabian culture, it is a traditional gesture to pass Bakhoor among the invited guests as it was viewed to be a hospitality gesture. Additionally, the guests would feel the warm welcome in that homestead through the fragrance produced.
Mabkhara - Gold & Silver (Small)
Mabkhara - Gold & Silver (Medium)
Bakhoor Al Rahma - 25 Tablet
Swiss Arabian - Mukhalat Malaki (Oud Muattar )- Bakhoor - 24g
Muattar Angham - 40 Grams
Bakhoor Al Naseem - 96 Grams
Bakhoor Kashkha - 18 Tablets
Bakhoor Malaki - 18 Tablets
Bakhoor Bait Al Arab - 40 Tablets
Muattar Al Wattan - 50 Grams
Bakhoor Al Karam - 55 Gram