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Emblem Eau de Toilette Spray by Montblanc Review

Emblem Eau de Toilette Spray by Montblanc Review 1

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Emblem Eau de Toilette Spray by Montblanc Review
The spicy and woodsy Emblem is soft and clean, so much so that there is barely anything to leave a trail, which is such a shame because it does have a nice smell. The violet leaf is kept at a tolerable level through the other balancing notes so that it would not be so much of a headache inducer. The synthetic quality of the tonka bean and cardamom seeps through for us, but that does not keep it from being a wearable scent. It is not overwhelmingly masculine too; women can choose to wear this during night outs and off-duty days.
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Comes in a sophisticated bottle
Notes keep the violet from being overpowering
Can appeal to women as a scent they can also wear
Has average staying power
We find this to be milder than desired
Tonka bean and cardamom smell synthetic
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Emblem was intended to be a representative of what Montblanc would be if it were a fragrance. Released in 2014, it came in a remarkable bottle that was made available in 40 ml, 60 ml and 100 ml. Perfumer Sonia Constant blended cardamom, clary sage, grapefruit, violet leaves and tonka bean to create it. A stronger version of Emblem named Emblem Intense was launched not long after.

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