Hot Cranberry Tea - 'This scent has base notes of vanilla and amber, and top notes of white flower, ylang ylang, bergamot, and cranberry. Perfect for a cold winter night of relaxation!'
This is such an interestingly yummy scent. Normally things like amber and bergamot and white flower in a scent description would have me passing it by. I think the call of vanilla and cranberry in a tea scent are what made me give this a try and I'm so glad I did. There is quite a strong, tart cranberry note right off the bat in this one, riding a strong tea note. The vanilla adds a bit of softness and warmth, and then all the other notes are just doing thing in and around the main scents. It is somewhat on the pretty side, almost perfume-y at times, but the warm tea illusion makes it all ok.
I melted this .6 oz. tart in my tea light warmer and had awesomely strong scent in the room the warmer is in, with lighter versions of the scent traveling into adjacent rooms. This started out strong, with immediate scent as soon as it hit the warmer, but it faded significantly before the fours of one tea light burn. That was a bummer. (And I'd like to point out again that I really do not like those foil cupcake style wrappers.)
If you like tea scents, you should definitely try this one!