A fresh, balmy clary sage note dominates at first, like a nosegay of fresh green herbs tucked under the flap of a saddle, giving the fragrance an attractively lived-in air. Although the radiant florals certainly perform a role, Montabaco is not really a floral fragrance: it is the tough, smoky woods, moss, and leather accords that dominate here. But the fresh, dancing lightness of the tea leaf and white jasmine infuse the scent with enough air and space for the heavier notes to breathe. The result? A genuinely masculine “Gaucho” type of fragrance pitched halfway between the grimy, well-worn leather of experience and the smoky, herbal airiness of the Argentinean outback.
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