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I know I’m not imagining things, the larger rectangular bottles of this and Navy that they sell at Walmart this time of year for $5 are without a doubt watered down. I have a small cello bottle of Tabu and a small 15 ml of Navy neither is a vintage and they both have more power then these larger size bottles. As a disclaimer, this is not a review about vintage. Especially if you like Ted Lapidus Pour Homme (the original) or Kouros (the white bottle).

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i have respect for perfumes not the romantic marketing stories that come with products that become out of whack with what it really is.Not an everyday fragrance for me, one that I have to be in the "mood" for; this is nice for say a rainy day or a Fall or snowy Winter day, that sort of thing.But this is still powerful with some strong dominating notes, so I do not think this is office-friendly or crowd-safe, nor anywhere you will be in close quarters with someone for all day/hours.btw shalimar my signature is from 1925 and its history is [email protected] You are obviously not a vintage lover and that's OK.This fragrance is very unisex in my opinion, on my skin it smells warm, spicy and smoky. This is SO much better to me now than when I first tried it about a year ago.

This of a sweet ginger cookie with lots of cloves and amber, thats how its smells on me. I do not think it smells cheap at all but I would say this smells more like a cologne than a EDT. I’m not sure if it has changed a little since it has been opened and I’ve used some of it or if it’s just that my taste has moved on or my nose further developed.

Today I bought my first full sized new formula (chello,base violin shaped bottle) of Tabu at the drug store in my neighbourhood. It's like the little root beer flavoured soda candies I used to love getting in my lunch at school when I was growing up in the 1990's.

I discovered it after reading reviews of other vintage jems that I own. It's probably horribly watered down compared to its vintage self but I don't mind having never smelt the vintage.

This fragrance has been around before you were even a thought.

If one cannot tolerate the scent one should as least respect the history.

I found a 2 oz vintage cologne on ebay for $13-14, and snagged it. It's diff than the modern/current cello/violin shaped EDC in that it's more animal/musky-- which was EXACTLY what I wanted. Ted Lapidus has a honey sweetness; whereas, this one has a root beer (as noted in other reviews) type of sweetness.