Serendipity - 'This is a super sweet concoction....sweet thick creamy vanilla with powdered sugar..sweet cherry, sweet orange and citrus...and a hint of fresh coconut.'
This is a super popular scent these days, although some try it and find it to be too sweet. I had to try it, to see what all the fuss is about. This is indeed sweet. Wow. There is enough of a creamy vanilla note to save it for me though. I mainly get coconut and a sugary vanilla sweetness. Maybe the cherry and citrus brighten things up but I don't detect them specifically or individually. I don't know that I'd consider this tropical either, as coconut scents tend to be. It's just a really bright, sweet, coconut scent.
I melted this whole 1 oz. tart in my tea light warmer and had a strong scent throw, easily detectable in all rooms downstairs in my house. The scent itself was not overpowering but because it was so sweet I can see how some people find it to be too much. As I'm finding with Candles From The Keeping Room tarts though, the scent seems to reach a peak early in the 4hr tea light burn and then taper off to about half strength for the remainder. I could still smell light traces of this even a while after it cooled back down.
Overall, I quite enjoyed this . . . but it's easy to see how some people don't.