Montaigne 2017 Eau de Parfum

Version from 2017
Montaigne (2017) (Eau de Parfum) by Caron
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Montaigne (2017) (Eau de Parfum) is a popular perfume by Caron for women and was released in 2017. The scent is floral-spicy. The longevity is above-average. It was last marketed by Cattleya Finance. Pronunciation
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Fragrance Pyramid

Top Notes Top Notes
JasmineJasmine Orange blossomOrange blossom
Heart Notes Heart Notes
JonquilJonquil MimosaMimosa
Base Notes Base Notes
Mysore sandalwoodMysore sandalwood BenzoinBenzoin VanillaVanilla
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Submitted by Sniffer, last update on 06.09.2023.
Interesting Facts
The fragrance was launched in 2017 as part of the "La Collection Privée" series by Caron. On the basis of the information available, it is not possible for us to clearly prove whether it is just a re-release of the fragrance or an actual adjustment of the formula by the house perfumer at the time, William Fraysse.


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Gentle snuggler!
A beautiful and gentle fragrance. A fragrance that doesn't scream out loud: Here I am. In the course of the fragrance comes first jasmine, but not as with many other perfumes that I have tested so far so terribly overdosed, but in a lovely way. Instead, the orange blossom is more noticeable, but again, you don't get the floral bouquet smacked around your nose. It gently snuggles up to the jasmine and smells very lovely. By the way, the jonquille mentioned in the fragrance is nothing but another name for daffodil. So here we have a beautiful bouquet of flowers. Not even the mimosa can spoil anything. After a while, the dream duo of so many perfumes, benzoin and vanilla, finally enters the big stage of fragrance development. The fragrance would probably drift into bubblegum sweetness now if sandalwood didn't hold the reins here and prevent this drift into sugar shock. Despite the yet rather delicate and for me powdery seeming fragrance components, we have here a nice durability of about 12 hours and a silage, which is quite neat.

Finally, it should be said, as the company Caron has a long tradition in perfume production to show, one notices here very clearly the quality of the fragrances used. In my experience, the range here from perfume to perfume is very large. Vanilla is there from the valence not always equal to vanilla.

Conclusion: A fragrance that I classify as a prime example of an elegant perfume. Always and always wearable and to almost all occasions the right choice. A Seelentröster, which conjures up a smile and we can all use at the moment but good.
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