Lemon Juniper - [no scent description]
When I first saw what this scent was, I was like "Juniper? What the heck does juniper smell like?" I'm not familiar with any other juniper tarts. But I quite liked this! Granted, I do love most lemon scents anyway, but I think it was that mysterious juniper that sucked me into this. I ended up Googling 'What does juniper smell like?' and found out it is supposedly 'reminiscent of pine.' Smelling this again with that newfound information, yeah, I can see how it might be pine-y. The lemon in here wasn't distinct, I don't think I'd have ever guessed it was there if I hadn't know. And the 'reminiscent of pine' is in no way like a Christmas scent. Together, this made a sort of sweet, sort of herbal scent . . . sort of a sweet pine, without being pine. lol
I melted this small tart (probably less than 1 oz.) in my tea light warmer and had medium-strong scent. I might even consider this a strong scent, but it's sort of mellow and lurking quietly in the air, not boldly announcing that you have a tart melting. And it kept its strength the entire duration of the tea light burn (4 hrs).
(This tart was part of a gift from a waxy friend.)