House of Wax - 'Sweet maple, butterscotch, marshmallow cream.'
I did not recall the scent description of this when I started melting it. Immediately, I was oohing and aahing over it, and it was driving me nuts trying to think of what it reminded me of. Eventually I did have to go look it up and as soon as I saw it was maple and butterscotch I was like 'Aha!' I'm pretty sure I'm thinking of the maple butterscotch something or other scent from Better Homes & Gardens, which is one of my favorites. I don't have any of that one on hand to compare though.
This one is a very sweet scent, but it's a deep, rich sweetness, not like a sugary candy sweet. The butterscotch might be the stronger note. The maple is right there but I didn't think of syrup or pancakes, so that's why I think the butterscotch might be stronger. It's given a bit of a creaminess from the marshmallow.
I divided this leaf into three pieces, around .7 oz each, and melted them in my tea light and Glade hot plate warmers. I had a medium-strong scent throughout the house. It was delicious, but any stronger would have made the richness overwhelming.