Christmas Cabin - 'Citrus top notes lead to a rich accord of cedar, spice, and fir balsam, creating a warm, country style comfort with this cozy blend. Earthy accents of patchouli on a musky vanilla base adds the finishing touch.'
Back when I first got this, my cold sniff thoughts were that I really liked it and that the citrus was what hit you first. Now that I've finally gotten around to melting it, I found I didn't like it. I don't know where the sweet citrus notes went but the warmed scent is very cologne-y to me. There is a stronger wood note now, probably that cedar. The musk is strong, and there is a warmth from the spice but it's not a harsh spice. This is still a rather complex, and still nice in a way, but not something I want my home smelling like. I very much prefer more foodie/bakery scents for my home fragrance.
I melted this entire .9 oz mini muffin tart in my tea light warmer. As I'm finding over and over again, tarts from this vendor seem to have a strong scent throw right from the start but fade before the tea light burns itself out (about four hours). I've mentioned before that these might still be great tarts for smaller rooms or enclosed rooms, because that early burst of scent would linger more . . . but I have large, open rooms.
This one was a bummer for me.