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    Default Was the new Tuscany killed by reformulation?

    I found this one with a fair price and would like to try it, but ive read it's longevitity and sillage now are ridiculous. Is it true?

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    Default Re: Was the new Tuscany killed by reformulation?

    I was wearing about 12 months ago. Smelt good to me and still packs a punch.

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    Default Re: Was the new Tuscany killed by reformulation?

    I tried it a couple of years ago and thought it very good, still a good smelling, relaxed, deep herbal scent with decent longevity. I have never tried vintage, so I don't know how it compares, but I imagine vintage is much deeper and long lasting, with more oakmoss.

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    Default Re: Was the new Tuscany killed by reformulation?

    Personally never thought it to be anything special.

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    I have the original and think it is a very nice fragrance, but it is somewhat mild, which I don't think is a bad thing because I think it is a part of the whole beauty of the fragrance. As for the reformulation, I have read that Aramis has been pretty faithful to the originals in its reissues, but I can't vouch for that.

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    Default Re: Was the new Tuscany killed by reformulation?

    I don't know the vintage one, but have tried the reformulation and it's pretty good to me: great aromatic-spicy-classic scent, good projection and medium-high longevity. A certain future buy for me.
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    Default Re: Was the new Tuscany killed by reformulation?

    I like Azzaro PH, so if Tuscany has some resemblance with it, i will appreciate.

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    Tuscany vintage is a real great juice, the reformulation is really watered down and can't be compared, is cool in real hot weather but the vintage is a beast that I hoarded!

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    Default Re: Was the new Tuscany killed by reformulation?

    I find the current Tuscany to be still pretty darned good and well above the average quality available at similar prices...


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