...perhaps one spiced with cinnamon and chocolate? and maybe with a chocolate dragon guarding its stolen treasure?
and how about that dragon happens to exude spicy cinnamon scented incense smoke? Keep reading. Maybe it wasn't something that you'd thought of... but it doesn't sound like such a bad idea, does it? It takes a bit of time, but it's not too difficult, I promise.
Your shopping list:
baker's sugar (superfine white sugar - you can put regular granulated sugar in the blender for a few seconds if you can't find this)
all purpose flour
vanilla or tonka bean
cocoa powder - extra dark and regular
cinnamon (usually cassia, but labeled cinnamon at stores)
glycerin (just a drop - but I always keep it around because it's great on my face under any moisturizer)
food coloring in red, yellow, blue, and possibly black (or just mix lots of blue with a bit of red in place of the black)
everclear alcohol, use vodka in a pinch (but everclear is better; the water in vodka might make things soggy)
edible luster powder in gold and pearl/white
If you want to make incense from scratch like I did in this instructable, you will also need makko powder. If you just want to smolder cinnamon, you'll need a coal (try a tobacco shop) and either a mica plate or a piece of foil bent into a cup shape to hold the cinnamon. I added some other things to my incense, but they're not absolutely vital. I listed them in step 5. You likely won't be able to get a couple of them in town. Send me a note if you're aching for them, and I can tell you where to order them online.