Hæckels Wild Fennel Incense Cones
Fennel is a flowering perennial of the Apiaceae genus with a sweet, resinous scent that is often confused with aniseed. Traditionally used as an insect repellent, it is also a component of Royal Wedding bouquets and is used in perfumery and as a food ingredient. In Europe, it was much used in a mixture called gruit as a flavouring for beer from the Middle Ages to the 16th century but has fallen into disuse after hops became more widely available.
Locally harvested natural scented incense – 17 cones.
Materials: All of Hæckels’ products are made in-house, they harvest and collect the seaweed, ocean mud, marine algae, and marine minerals from the coast, which is walking distance from their home base in Margate.
Production: The brand's products are made at their home laboratory in Margate, U.K. Any other suppliers are from the local area and/or the have a personal relationships with the brand, ensuring and maintaining positive social conditions for working in the supply chain.
Use: The product label contains all of the ingredient information. In the tab alongside this one, you can find information on how to use the product, the ingredients and the science.
Packaging & Delivery: Hæckels believes that it's their responsibility to reduce the waste consumers receive rather than put the pressure on a customer to recycle, and that if they start there, it will ensure less unnecessary packaging and pollutants. All Hæckels' products arrive in your hands in packaging that has been considered and thought through, from Algae Bottle Seals to Mycelium mushroom seed bombs. You’ll see some of the packaging change as they're constantly innovating and making improvements.
Disposal: This product comes in a mycelium packaging that is biodegradable and can be used as a compost. Once you have finished with your pieces, contact us and let us know, as the brand offer a discount to any customers who return their empty product containers.
Responsibility: Hæckel’s use a renewable energy supplier for their office, stores, and making spaces. In all of the brand’s store locations they have recycling systems. They are in the process of writing a sustainability report to be published & they will also be announcing some long-standing CSR initiatives soon.