Glade Glistening Snow - 'Fresh bayberry with undertones of cinnamon, clove and peppermint!'
This is another nice winter scent, a change of pace from the usual pine and mint scents often associated with Christmas. Although peppermint is listed in the description, this isn't really a minty scent. It gives the scent a crispness, the 'snow' part, if you want to think about it like that. The cinnamon is also soft, adding a bit of warmth, which seems odd if you're trying for a 'snow' feel, but it works. And although I don't know what bayberry actually smells like, the bulk of the scent is a sort of sweet, slightly juicy, slightly 'green' mix. It really does make me think of sunny, snowy days.
I melted this 1 oz. tart in my tea light warmer and had medium scent. It always seems to take a while for CFTKR's tarts to build up there scent. At least it seems that way to me. Perhaps electric warmers are better for this type of situation because with a 4-hour tea light burn, it seems the first hour or so is spent trying to melt the hard wax and heat up the scent. But anyway, I would have liked this to be stronger because it doesn't seem like a scent that would be overwhelming. Still, it was nice at the medium level I managed to get.