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Montblanc Individuel Eau de Toilette

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Capturing the decadence of a spiced cocktail, Montblanc’s Individuel Eau de Toilette Spray exudes richly scented aromas of oriental and woody notes. As the scent develops, the heart notes of Orange Blossom, Violet, Geranium, and Jasmine emerge, adding a floral and slightly sweet dimension, while maintaining its sophistication. It reflects the essence of a man who shines through his elegance, his demeanor and his know-how, the portrait of the authentic Montblanc man, refined and conquering at the same time, who acts with discretion, loves short distances and seduces with his presence alone. Not sure what kind of raspberries people are used to but this has ZERO resemblance to any kind of fruit or berry. It will just keep you smelling fresh, so it would be good to wear as a cheap professional fragrance at work due to it being so nonoffensive.

On my skin it has a slight vinegary opening common with other freshies like VIP 212, and even Aqua Di Gio (although I know this is a sweeter frag than both of those).

It is important to note that the longevity factor alone should not be the sole determinant in choosing a perfume. I prefer it for colder temperatures so that the chocolate, creamy sandalwood, delicious amber accord and vanilla can thrive against the cold air. I'm not saying it's bad it just smells really powdery almost like Snuggles the bear gave me a hug and wouldn't let me go. I am not a massive fragrance connoisseur, although I am interested in them and this one seems quite unique.

Top notes are rosemary, pineapple, coriander, cinnamon, lavender, juniper berries, mint, bergamot and cardamom; middle notes are orange blossom, violet, jasmine and geranium; base notes are sandalwood, amber, patchouli, musk, raspberry, vanilla, dark chocolate, oakmoss and vetiver. I find it characterful (certainly not generic) and definitely masculine, and would suit any age but in my view leans towards the more mature (say 30+). Top notes are Juniper Berries, Rosemary, Bergamot, Cardamom, Pineapple, Coriander, Mint, Lavender and Cinnamon; middle notes are Geranium, Orange Blossom, Violet and Jasmine; base notes are Oakmoss, Sandalwood, Musk, Vetiver, Patchouli, Raspberry, Vanilla, Amber and Dark Chocolate. With its scent features, it is a suitable choice for day and night, and can be used in a timeless way. I have stayed away from this type of "typical" scent DNA because I didn't want to smell like anyone else.

It doesn't turn into a more interesting thing after that, but I think that my raspberry hyperfocus makes me feel that this is my favorite scent of all times! It's vaguely similar to other Montblanc fragrances with the Aventus/Fierce-inspired pineapple theme. It's fresh and fruity with an interesting green herbal backdrop where for me the pineapple, rosemary and moss stand out. I'm just going to hold on to this one until it smells like it fits me, but for now I just like it/it's okay.

Much of that initial synthetic sweetness fades and I get pleasant raspberry and herbal notes overtaking the dryer sheet accord. This will be included within your account minimum payment request every month and cannot be repaid using Take 3. Individuel can get a little sickly sweet in the first hour or two of wear and I’d be wary of wearing it in summer heat.It’s got me thinking it’s more for a middle aged man who wants to smell sweet but not in a vibrant sexy way. Ich habe dieses Parfum bestellt mit dem Gedanken ich habe MONT BLANC INDIVIDUEL gekauft, da es ja auch auf dem Bild zusehen ist und in der Beschreibung steht. Whether you are just beginning your fragrance journey or have been collecting for years, this is an easy reach that won't disappoint.

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