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Rated 4.16/5 based on 800 customer reviews

I just need to know if the original perfume has dyes in it and if so which ones? I am not, at this moment in time au fait with the ways of writing about fragrance in a manner that is helpfully descriptive as well as succinct. I grew up in house where Opium was sprayed for any occasion on all females in the family.

Musky, spicy and sensual, I have been seeing some comments saying the formula has changed and it doesn't smell quite the same now, personally I didn't notice myself.

Now everytime I see these plasticy fakey fake impostor "Opium" bottles I get visibly angry. This one is feminine, strong, spicy, i smell clove, pepper and other spices, incense, sandalwood... I hadn't worn this since the early 80's and was recently brought a bottle and I am happy to say it has lost none of its charm.

Im just waiting for the day when someone in store tries to tell me that today's Opium is the same as my beloved Opium. Musky, spicy and sensual, I have been seeing some comments saying the formula has changed and it doesn't smell quite the same now, personally I didn't notice myself.

To recap: it's a masterpiece, but to me all I smell is a grandmother holding a baby at a grand cathedral during a funeral mass. I tried Coco, Obsession, Cinnabar...nothing gets me like Opium! I'm wearing the vintage formula eau de toilette version from a mini bottle.

I bought this size because I have zero experience with this scent and was a little nervous trying it out after reading some poor reviews. I keep getting these gorgeous wafts of spice-tinged, creamy, almost gourmandish wafts of fragrance.

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