Lemon Cupcake Marshmallow - [no scent description]
Not too fond of those Green Bay Packers colors but I do like the Harry Potter lightning bolts on top. This was another tart gifted to me by a generous waxy friend, and since I'm unfamiliar with Super Tarts and the website is closed at the moment, I can't get a proper scent description. On cold sniff it was quite lemony, not much of a cupcake note at all. Warmed though, the gooey marshmallow note showed up to make it more of a warm-ish, creamy lemon scent. I never did get much of a cupcake note, didn't even remember it was supposed to be there until noticing the name while writing this post. That's ok though, because it was still a nice lemon scent. I will say, the long it melted the more the marshmallow took over.
I melted one of these chunks (1 oz.) in my Glade 20 watt hot plate warmer and had a healthy medium scent early on. It didn't travel much out of the room the warmer was in. It only seemed to last a couple hours, but then I realized it was just the lemon scent that seemed to burn itself out early. After about two hours, there was still a light marshmallow scent with just the faintest trace of lemon lingering. I shut the warmer off after about three hours total.