So, I purchased a 5ml decant of Montale Oud Cuir D'Arabie in the fall, and I have worn it probably four times since then (I have struggled with the opening which smells very strongly of gasoline to me, but once I get past that, WOW, I'm in love). I went to wear it today to see what it would be like in the heat, and was pretty shocked to find that the bottle had nothing in it, and there was a thick oily substance around the base of the bottle that had been soaked up by the wood of the cabinet I keep my fragrances in it smelled lightly of the fragrance. I was just curious as to what may have happened here, the lid of the bottle was on snug, and my house doesn't go above 76F in the summer, or below 63F in the winter. I have a cabinet shelf that is nothing but decants/samples in spray bottles, and this has never happened before. I was just wondering if anyone had any ideas, as I lost a substantial amount of a decant of a fragrance that isn't exactly cheap, and most importantly I hadn't yet decided if I could tolerate the opening!! Thanks for any thoughts, or ideas, the cabinet isn't hit by direct sunlight, nor is it really close to a vent in the house, I am stumped as to how this may have happened.