Mrs. Claus' Cookies - (In House Blend) Yummy Christmas Cookies
topped with icing and peppermint chips.
I didn't receive this until after Christmas but wow, I wish I'd had it before. Peppermint is the predominate note but even so, it's not a sharp minty scent. It is softened and warmed a lot by the cookie notes, which are almost equal in the blend. When I say 'cookie' I mean baked goods note, not just a generic vanilla note. It's like a nice warm sugar cookie, all done up in sweet frosting with pretty sprinkles. Years ago a coworker added crushed candy cane bits and dust to a simple sugar cookie recipe and this scent absolutely makes me think of those cookies. Makes me hungry, and makes me sad that Christmas has come and gone already.
I melted this whole 1 oz. tart in my tea light warmer and had medium-strong scent with a light-medium throw. It's a near perfect amount of scent in room my warmer is in, but only faint traces can be detected in adjacent rooms. This is probably fine for people who use multiple warmers, so your scents don't overlap, but I just use one at a time and would have liked a bit more scent to reach farther away. But still, the subtle hints I pick up in other areas are still very nice with that slight refreshing peppermint note just lightly in the air. The scent did seem to fade quite a bit by the end of one tea light burn though (about four hours).
Overall, this one is a winner. (Luckily, I have one more!)