Monday, February 6, 2017

Sniff My Tarts - Mexican Fried Ice Cream/Peach Coffee

Scent Description: Rich buttery whipped cream, vanilla bean, toasted nut, grated cinnamon, melted marshmallow/"SMT Blend"

Date Received: December 27, 2016
Weight Melted: 0.8 oz

Location of Warmer: Living room, in tealight warmer

Cold Sniff: 3/5 Lots of coffee with a hint of creamy peaches.

Warm Sniff: 2/5 Creamy ice cream, sweet coffee, and a healthy heaping of peaches. Unfortunately, I'm not quite a peach-and-coffee kind of person, so this didn't quite fit my fancy.

Scent Strength: 2/3

Scent Throw: 3/3 This filled the entire living room.

Melting Power: 4/5 I got a little over six hours of scent from one tart.

Repurchase: Nope. Not a fan of peaches and coffee. It was an interesting experiment, though.


  1. Eeuw. I'm not a peach scent fan to begin with but just the thought of combining it with coffee, to me, it like 'Why would anyone do that?!' LOL


    1. I was very, very wary when I saw the scent name in my box of otherwise wonderful goodies. Unfortunately, it lived up to my expectations -or lack thereof!- and I can put this horrible wax experience behind me. LOL

  2. Okay, so I got this Rosegirls blend back at the beginning of the winter called Light My Fire - supposedly it's black coffee, cinnamon glazed oranges and french toast. It was a wildcard pick for my husband, who loves coffee scents. was awful. I've never just chucked wax before, especially now that I've got some waxy friends whose tastes are undoubtedly different than mine and who may like it, but it was heinous - couldn't imagine anyone liking it. Smells exactly like peach coffee, which I didn't even know was a thing!

    1. Ick. That sounds weird. I know a lot of winter type scents have orange-type citrus added, but I still go into those blends with a wary attitude whenever I see it.
      I've been lucky enough to only have a few blends that needed to be chucked before they were used up. One of them I happened to love but gave me horrible migraines whenever I melted it. :'(
      I've known peach coffee is a thing, and it's decently popular here in Korea, but every time I've ventured to try some I always end up regretting it.