The inviting scents of an autumn market of mulled fruits and rich berries paired with the rustic scent of weathered wood. Top: Elderberry, Blackberry; Mid: Bayberry, Mahogany; Base: Barn Wood
This is one of the weirdest wax melt scents I've ever smelled, and I can't figure out the notes. I don't like it on cold sniff and close-up when melting, but I love the way it smells in the room when melting. It's like two different scents! On cold sniff and from close-up when melting, it's kind of herbal and savory with slightly sour woodsy and balsam notes, and I don't smell fruit at all, or the rich mahogany. But when melted, I smell the fruit first (sweet and very slightly tart plum, plus a buttery blueberry, the combination of which smells like rich, warm elderberry syrup), along with the rich, tobacco-ey mahogany wood, a little bit of a sweet candy note, and a smidgen of pine. So as much as I don't like it on cold sniff, I adore this scent when melting! And looking at the scent notes, they're spot on!