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    Talking Opium vs. Opium EDP

    Cant decide which one to get, tried the EDT was really good, but have heard the EDP IS EVEN better...suggestions?

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    Save your pennies. Buy the EDP and start looking for a good home for your EDT since you won't be using it anymore.

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    Oh, get 'em both if you can afford to but if not then the edp for sure!

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    Default Re: Opium vs. Opium EDP

    Quote Originally Posted by noirwest View Post
    Save your pennies. Buy the EDP and start looking for a good home for your EDT since you won't be using it anymore.

    Just do it !! EDP lasts far more en much deeper...

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    Go for the EDP.Better longevity.This is a great winter fragrance.

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    Where to buy it though? I can't find EDP on any online fragrance shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hombre_Secreto View Post
    Where to buy it though? I can't find EDP on any online fragrance shop.
    There is an English website that has it for approx $50 but I can't remember the name/address. You may want to keep checking Ebay too. I got mine on Ebay for $20! Turns out the seller misspelled Eau de Parfum and nobody looked at it.
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    The site is called www.dutyfreeperfume.co.uk and believe it sells for £19.99 or if you want the refill only £17.99

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    I am wearing this for the 1st time today and it is gorgeous stuff! The only reference point I can point to is Heritage EdP by Guerlain.

    If I love this, I can't wait to try the womens EdP!

    Amazing stuff. Thanks rentboy for the sample.

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    Default Re: Opium vs. Opium EDP

    The thread should be titled Opium Pour Homme vs Opium Pour Homme EDP.

    "Opium" is the women's fragrance.
    Last edited by pluran; 5th December 2007 at 08:52 PM.

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    Go for the EDP (assuming its the pour homme). Its richer and spicier with a longer lasting anise note.
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    The EDP has much more sillage imho, to the point that it is embarrassing for me. Apart from this I think the differences between the two variants are a bit overrated. The EDT has a bit more initial fruity sparkle to it while the EDP proceeds to a much louder base. So for me it has to be the EDT.

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