This is the dirty-play in the shops : putting many sealed bottles in a row, with a vintage tester in front of these.
The potential buyer try the tester, and "oh it smells wonderful", and pick and pay the bottles.
Reformulated ones, of course.
Really a dirty game!
Well, no means definitive, but the current version has no Oak Moss listed on the box. The previous version did but I hear that one wasn't that great either. If you see only alcohol and fragrance listed as ingredients, then it's probably vintage. Just my intuition.
Here a picture from two different ages : left bottle EDT dated 2009, right one (AfterShave) dated 2004 . Your opinion?
in the left: Oakmoss "extract" only ; in the right Oakmoss and treemoss "extracts".
(BTW: oakmoss was banned in year 2001......)