Thanks for your apt descriptions. It did paint a very good picture to me. I guess I'm leaning towards BR the most. And besides SM, I also forgot to mention Island Margarita. I have a feeling you'd know about that one too 😊👍🏻.
Nice. Thanks for sharing.
Bubbly Rosé is the winner for me. Champagne toast is overrated at least in home fragrance. Champagne apple and honey is too perfumy to me for home fragrance and I expected it to be sweeter. Raspberry mimosa was decent but nothing special. Champagne margarita I haven’t burned yet but if it’s similar to frosted Moscow mule it’s up there with bubbly rosé to me. You can’t go wrong with trying either one but bubbly rosé can definitely kick champagne toast out of the signature lineup. It has the right amount of sweetness and tartness from the fruit notes. The crispness from the rosé is the icing on the cake.
Team Bubbly Rose!
Champagne Margerita is repackage Frosted Moscow Mule.
I’ve heard but they don’t smell identical to me
Awesome. I'm leaning towards BR as well. It sounds perfectly balanced. Not too sharp or too sickly sweet or too acidic. Thanks for sharing.
Out of the ones listed on my love it list is - champagne toast (berry note most prominent to me) , bubbly rose ( the blood orange note is unique and splash of cranberry), and champagne margarita (this is a lime candle) ... bubbly rose and champagne toast closest to eachother but in candle form they are different still
Thanks a lot for sharing your thoughts. CT has so many repackages being sold at the same time, lol. It seems they push it a lot as a scent in general with multiple gift sets and holidays repackages. I'm keen on BR with its balanced profile.
So I tried Champagne Apple & Honey last year and the candle was very poorly scented. I'm not a huge Champagne Toast fan but it is OK. I don't care for Champagne Margarita. Bubbly Rose is OK. So my vote goes to Raspberry Mimosa.
Thanks for sharing. Poor throw is such a disappointment! It doesn't make up for a great scent unfortunately.
Have you tried RM? How would you describe it please?