The Scented Devil
- Oct 17, 2012
It might have made a big difference in truth... The one I bought, while apparently full was not boxed at all, and the juice had obviously darkened to a large degree.
Vintage is darker than current but if it's cola dark it's probably turned. You should have gotten a noise-piercing top note, a bit of powder in the heart, and the isobutyl quinoline tannery note should have showed up along with the woods, vetiver, and oakmoss. Sounds like it still smells good, just maybe baked in a windowsill or an attack for a decade too many and became something a bit milder than it should have been. Vintage English Leather when it's in good shape is strong.