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    Default Jaipur vs Shalimar vs EDT vs EDP

    Hi, if you find time, please order these from best to worst.

    I own all 4 of them, and it seems a bit much, and feel I should cull 2...or at least 1....if possible. I do like them all. So far I think it will be one of the EDTs. Thanks.

    Jaipur EDP
    Jaipur EDT
    Shalimar EDT
    Shalimar EDP

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    Default Re: Jaipur vs Shalimar vs EDT vs EDP

    Jaipur EDP - Best
    Jaipur EDT - Better
    Shalimar EDT - Worse
    Shalimar EDP- Worst

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    Default Re: Jaipur vs Shalimar vs EDT vs EDP

    In order of best to worst.

    Shalimar EDP
    Jaipur EDP
    Shalimar EDT
    Jaipur EDT
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    Default Re: Jaipur vs Shalimar vs EDT vs EDP

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    Jaipur EDP - Best
    Jaipur EDT - Better
    Shalimar EDT - Worse
    Shalimar EDP- Worst
    This.

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    Default Re: Jaipur vs Shalimar vs EDT vs EDP

    I like 3 of them, equally - I do NOT like Shalimar EdT
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    Default Re: Jaipur vs Shalimar vs EDT vs EDP

    Assuming you mean Jaipur Homme, I feel that Jaipur Homme EDP and Shalimar EDP are the two best out of the bunch, but with Jaipur Homme EDT a close third. I never have sampled Shalimar EDT.

    For a SoTD on any cooler day, Jaipur Homme ( in either concentration) works great. Shalimar EDP for certain times. I have to be in the mood for it because it is a special fragrance. Really lovely smell and the idea of it being less versatile does not make it better or worse for me. Love the bergamont in the opening !
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    Default Re: Jaipur vs Shalimar vs EDT vs EDP

    Yes, sorry, Jaipur Homme. Never tried the women's version so had forgotten there is one.

    If I'll let one of them go, it probably would be the Shalimar EDT. I find it harder to wear than the EDP, it's not quite as good, a bit brighter and perhaps more "feminine", I do enjoy it though.

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    Default Re: Jaipur vs Shalimar vs EDT vs EDP

    Quote Originally Posted by Rüssel View Post
    Yes, sorry, Jaipur Homme. Never tried the women's version so had forgotten there is one.

    If I'll let one of them go, it probably would be the Shalimar EDT. I find it harder to wear than the EDP, it's not quite as good, a bit brighter and perhaps more "feminine", I do enjoy it though.
    True that's why i love shalimar edt vint.:-) because brighter, lemony and feminine:-)

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