Back in 1987, as a medical doctor I paid a visit to the New Mexico University. As part of the agenda they kindly had arranged for me to visit several towns, not so distant from Albuquerque, in order to have a look at various ambulatory clinics where medical students were being trained. I remember one of those towns, in which I saw a charming square, very spanish like, with sidewalks, arcs, columns and a variety of souvenir and artisan shops. There was something very unusual around that square: an aroma, a lovely scent that was everywhere. It came out of something looking like seeds/nuts placed in barrels full of them. They were bright green (although rather artificialy coloured) and oily. I bought some and my family was pleased to have that lovelly scent back at home for many months. Unfortunatelly I don’t remember the name of that town. I have unsusccessfuly tried to find out where was that by sending emails to local people in New Mexico. I wonder if that help you to locate that place for me. I have thought that may be it was Santa Fe, but there is no reference whatsoever to those seeds/nuts in their web pages.