Coconut Caramel - 'Creamy caramel topped with a layer of coconut shavings.'
This is the bugger that sucked me in. I'm not sure what I was expecting, which I thought would be the predominant note, but for whatever reason this sort of surprised me when I got it. On cold sniff it seems to be about 50/50 with the caramel and coconut. Sometimes I think the sweet gooey caramel note is stronger. Should be interesting to melt.
White Tea Lemonade - 'White tea leaves nestled into a fresh batch of zesty lemonade.'
This was another of the new scents that had me intrigued. This one is . . . interesting. On cold sniff, I get just a hint of the lemonade note. Right now the scent is very 'pretty.' It's not really floral-y, but more of a powdery perfume-y scent. Maybe it will simmer down when warmed but if it stays like this, I'm not sure how I feel about it.
Pistachio Coconut Fluff - 'A sweet concoction of vanilla, pineapple, whipped cream, pistachios, coconut, and a dash of walnuts and nutmeg.'
I did a bit of browsing after throwing those first two scents into my cart. When I came across this one, I decided to get it in hopes that it would be similar to the pistachio scent I've had from another vendor. This doesn't really compare to that other one at all though. This is strong on the nutty note, maybe too strong. On cold sniff there isn't much sweetness at all, just a lot of sort of 'dry' nuttiness.
Buttery Cake Bites - 'Vanilla cake drenched with buttercream with hints of roasted pecans and maple sugar.'
This is the yummiest one out of my small order. It is a deep, rich, cake scent with a healthy dose of sweet creaminess. Mmmmmmm!
Coco Mango - 'Mango, strawberry, papaya, vanilla, and coconut.'
Thought I should get something summery since I've been so buried in warm bakery scents lately. This is quite nice on cold sniff. It's tropical without being overly coconut-y. The strawberry comes through quite a bit.
Pineapple Souffle - 'Mouthwatering dessert made with pineapple, toasted coconut, wild berry, buttercream, whipped vanilla, caramelized sugar, and white cocoa.'
Another attempt to get some fruity or summery scents into my stash, this one is very strong on the pineapple right now on cold sniff. I do get a bit of vanilla creaminess in there. This one should be yummy!
Celtic Myst - 'A warm blend of precious woods, spices and resins then enchanced with a splash of mandarin, musk and cashmere vanilla.'
I was looking through the clearance section, hoping to snag some cheap yummies, but found they were all multi-packs. Still, this one sounded interesting, even though I know I tend to shy away from wood/resin scents. It's quite interesting, very complex like an exotic perfume or maybe even a cologne. I was hoping the mandarin and vanilla would play a bigger role than what they do.
Orange Peel - 'Sweet oranges freshly peeled.'
A freebie with my order, this is just your basic orange scent, bright and sweet and happy. This will be fun to melt.
And that is my small Ten Digit Creations order. One cool thing about this vendor is that the new scents are at a special price, I think only 85cents each, but you can only get one of each scent. There are also clearance sections, so you can usually find something on sale at the site. This is a ready to ship vendor, which I *LOVE.* Their turnaround time is lightning fast. I placed my order on Thursday morning, had my click-n-ship notice 12 minutes later (!!), and had my package two days after that, in Saturday morning's mail. I don't remember offhand how the tarts from my previous order performed, like in strength and longevity, but if these perform well I think I will have to start ordering from TDC more often. They are also well known for their bath and body products, which I'd like to try some day.
How about you? Have you tried Ten Digit Creations?