Montana Initial is a scent born out a man discovering the wonders of spices and greens. This explains its listed notes: bergamot, cardamom, cinnamon, nutmeg, tonka bean and white cedar. It was launched by Montana in 2015. Rejoice: this is not a particularly hard fragrance to wear.
Montana Initial by Montana Review
We won’t be singing praises for Montana Initial, you might have already assumed. It smells cheap and synthetic, especially because of the tonka bean that feels similar to other cheapos, and it can cause a headache even with just one extra spritz. We’d imagine it’s easy to wear on many occasions, and yet we can’t just help but want to scrub the soapy fragrance. If you happen to like it though, you’re in luck: both sillage and staying power are above average.
Packs in both sillage and staying power
Actually smells unique despite its faults
We think it smells too sweet
The tonka bean is cheap and synthetic
Could be harsh to the nose for us
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