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    Default How to tell the age of a Knizen Ten Toilet Water bottle?

    This thread can be deleted or ignored. When I first posted it I didn't see the batch code in the light, but when I used a flashlight I saw it, and apparently CH. 21365 is a newer formulation. It doesn't seem as ambery/oriental as the older ones I've tried. I basically just got leather and it wasn't as strong, though my sensitivity is considerably lower than it was the last time I wore an older formulation. I'll have to do a side by side one of these days (just a little bit left in the vintage decant).
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    Default Re: How to tell the age of a Knizen Ten Toilet Water bottle?

    CH21......and lower is earlier formulation and extremely good; CH22 and up is newer (as of last quarter of 2014).

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    Default Re: How to tell the age of a Knizen Ten Toilet Water bottle?

    Hi all,

    All is can say is, I recently tired a "sample" of KNIZEN TEN (unsure of age) and was completely WOW'ed!

    Come Autumn, Knizen Ten WILL be ordered and added to my ever growing collection of favorite fragrances.

    SixCats!

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    Default Re: How to tell the age of a Knizen Ten Toilet Water bottle?

    I'd like to get more information about that too. "CH21" is not enough, in my opinion. A fragrance that has been around since the 1920ies must have undergone numerous iterations and I did already buy a bottle much before that batch code (it was around 2009, I think) that disappointed me a lot because it had a weird sulphurous "boiled egg"-note that my much older mini doesn't have.

    I more or less put Knize Ten away after a while of not finding reasonably priced real vintages but just recently found my way back and would like to get some more of the good version in the near future.
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