Coffret Explorer Ultra Blue Montblanc
Feature Value
Main Accords Hespéridée, Marine
Facets Spicy, Fresh, Aquatic, Woody
Brand Name Montblanc
Perfumer Jordi Fernandez, Olivier Pescheux, Antoine Maisondieu
Fragrance Notes Bergamot, Pink Pepper, Exotic Fruits, Marine Accord, Ambergris, Patchouli, Leather
Creation Date 2022
Formats Eau de Parfum 60ml, Shower Gel 100ml

A Dive into the Blue: My Experience with Montblanc Explorer Ultra Blue

The Explorer Ultra Blue coffret, a gift from a friend, arrived like a breath of fresh air. The box itself, a starry night sky adorned with a vibrant blue band, hinted at the adventure within. Unboxing it felt like opening a portal to a world of aquatic exploration.

The first spritz of the Explorer Ultra Blue eau de parfum was a burst of citrus and spice, a playful dance of bergamot and pink pepper. It quickly transitioned to a cool, marine heart, like plunging into a crystal-clear ocean. The ambergris added a touch of salty depth, while the base of patchouli and leather grounded the fragrance, evoking the ruggedness of a distant shore.

Wearing Explorer Ultra Blue is like embarking on a journey. The scent evolves throughout the day, revealing new facets with each passing hour. It’s both invigorating and calming, a perfect companion for both conquering challenges and embracing moments of quiet reflection.

The accompanying shower gel amplifies the experience. Its rich lather envelops the skin in the same aquatic embrace, leaving a subtle, refreshing trail that lingers long after stepping out of the shower.

Explorer Ultra Blue is more than just a fragrance; it’s an invitation to explore, to push boundaries, and to connect with the wild spirit within. It’s a reminder that the greatest adventures often begin with a single step, and that the world is full of wonders waiting to be discovered.

I find myself reaching for this coffret again and again, drawn to its invigorating energy and the sense of boundless possibility it evokes. It’s a scent that makes me feel alive, ready to embrace the unknown and chart my own course.