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    Default Tom of Finland Etat Libre d'Orange

    This perfume was able to come to my list of favorite perfumes at an incredible speed, but what I do not know, and I hope someone knows it here, and so it can help me solve the mystery. I saw that there are different packaging as well as different perfume colors, I think it was initially orange in color and then slightly mumble and now it is transparent, ie colorless, and the bottles are black, with a silver collar and transparent, and there is one with a sticker.

    I will post the picture, so if someone knows, let me say, which one is more about the reformulation, which is the order of bottles, ie the formulas that were coming out and what is the difference in smell and performance, thank you.
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    Default Re: Tom of Finland Etat Libre d'Orange

    I believe it now comes in a 100ml size. It never did before if I recall.
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    Default Re: Tom of Finland Etat Libre d'Orange

    Quote Originally Posted by hednic View Post
    I believe it now comes in a 100ml size. It never did before if I recall.
    So no reformulations? What about the juice color?

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    Default Re: Tom of Finland Etat Libre d'Orange

    Still as good as ever. I bought it maybe 6 years ago, but I bought another one for a friend recently and it still smells the same. My juice is not clear, but it's not as dark as in the first photo.

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    Default Re: Tom of Finland Etat Libre d'Orange

    Quote Originally Posted by Gile View Post
    So no reformulations? What about the juice color?
    it doesn't seem different to me. The liquid is clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cacio View Post
    Still as good as ever. I bought it maybe 6 years ago, but I bought another one for a friend recently and it still smells the same. My juice is not clear, but it's not as dark as in the first photo.
    Thank you, that was the answer I was looking for




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