Warm Hazelnut Toddy - [no scent description]
I bought this one last fall and was so in love with it on cold sniff, yet somehow it kept getting pushed aside while I melted other things. I'm finally (!!) getting around to it now as I madly work my way through my stash before it's time for new fall scents.
I never remember just what a toddy all involves. I seem to always remember lemon being with it, and old ladies recommending it for colds or sore throats or something. So I did a quickie Google search and found this on Wiki, 'Traditional Scottish preparation of a hot toddy involves the mixture of whisky, boiling water and sugar or honey. Additional ingredients such as cloves, a lemon slice or cinnamon (in stick or ground form) may be added.' Going off that, there is no alcohol note in this, and I don't detect any lemon at all, but I do get the slightest hint of warm spices. Mostly though, it is an almost creamy, rich hazelnut scent. And I do seem to love creamy hazelnut scents!
I melted two cubes (about .8 oz.) in my tea light warmer and had strong scent and awesome throw. Later in the day I melted more cubes in my Glade 20 watt warmer and again had strong scent and throw.
While I did enjoy this scent, I think it would be better in the cooler weather of fall or winter.