Fermented sphere pastilles made with finely ground bits of wood, spices, and herbs, pounded into a goo of wild honey, resin, and umeboshi plum.
The plum used for the umeboshi is grown in Southern California, and processed by my friend who is a seasoned fermenter.
Atatakai means warm in Japanese, and Nerikoh is traditionally incorporated with winter tea ceremony.
Gourmand, spicy, woody, and deep.
Directions: Press one pastille sphere between your fingers into a small flat pancake. Gently rest the flattened Nerikoh on your heating source.
The idea is to heat as much as the surface as possible.
ATATAKAI NERIKOH PASTILLES are meant to be heated with an incense warmer, or with a mica plate, Charcoal, and ash.
Botanical & Fermented
Hand formed in Persephenie's Studio