- Bath and Body Works "Golden Cinnamon" 3 wick, 14.5oz, $22.50
- Bath and Body Works "Radiant Red Maple" 3 wick, 14.5 oz, $22.50
- DW Homes Joyful Spices "Peppermint Snow" 1 wick, 8.07 oz, paid $6 at TJMaxx
- White Barn "Mint Mocha Bark" 1 wick mini, 1.3 oz $4.50
- Bath and Body Works "Sparkling Icicles" 1 wick mini, 1.3 oz $4.50
DW Homes "Peppermint snow" - on the cold sniff, this smelled like a sweet peppermint, but it had throw of about 2. Very light, light enough for me to light it when my boyfriend and I are having dinner (he doesn't like strongly scented candles). I loved the frosted white glass, and quiet burn - In a way, I really liked this for that, but It tunneled a bit and I had to foil it to keep it going. I liked it okay but not enough to search for it next year.
Mini candles last about 10 hours for me.
White Barn "Mint Mocha Bark" Smelled like chocolate milk, scent throw is about 2. It comes in this mint green wax, which turns into beautiful liquid green when burning - I absolutely loved that. I bought 3 or 4 on sale, one to burn and others to give away as a gift due to cute packaging.
Bath and Body Works "Sparkling Icicles" I admit being a container lover and sometimes I buy things just because of package. I bought this on sale during semi annual sale 2014 because I loved the container, and it sat at my boyfriend's winter cottage for a year. Scent description says "as sparkling as ice glittering under the sun, the fragrance features a citrus bouquet, bergamont and a touch of holiday moss" This makes zero sense to me, and it really doesn't smell like any of these things, least of all icicles. It smelled like a men's cologne, maybe not as strongly as "Black Tie" but along the same line. It threw about 4, which is very strong for a little candle. I resisted all cute winter packaging this year, and will not repurchase. For sure.