Oak and Rye wax melts from Kroger have the same fall scents as AmbiEscents (they're both made by Rimports), so I reviewed Oak and Rye for some of these scents as I couldn't get a hold of the AmbiEscents version (although they're still available at Bed Bath & Beyond as of the date of this review).
My description for Pumpkin Cider: Sweet, fresh, crisp apple cider (not the overly fermented kind, but the sweet apple juice kind), with some pumpkin spices like nutmeg, and maybe a smidgen of cloves that gives it a richness, and a hint of sweet vanilla, and maybe a barely detectable smidgen of molasses, raisin and pear. It's rich and buttery, but it's not a bakery scent. And although apple cider does have cinnamon in it, it's subtle in this scent. I love this scent! It's so authentic and smells yummy! The scent notes are spot on, although they sound much "spicier" than this scent actually is.
That does sound like this scent, but this scent does have a little bit of a slightly buttery bakery note, and more vanilla (rich and creamy) than Pumpkin Cider. And instead of a fresh, crisp apple, it's more of an apple pie apple. I like them both, but I like this scent much more.
This is a super rich, super buttery blueberry bakery scent, like blueberry muffins with a ton of blueberries. It's not totally authentic, but it's much better than most blueberry bakery scents I've smelled. I'm not a fan of a lot of bakery scents, but this one is incredible! I've always thought there was some other kind of fruit in this scent besides blueberry, and looking at the notes, it's not blueberry at all, but a combination of blackberries and apple! I guess I do detect a hint of apple? But this really smells like blueberry to me.