Tabu 1932 Eau de Cologne

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Tabu (Eau de Cologne) is a popular perfume by Dana for women and was released in 1932. The scent is oriental-spicy. Projection and longevity are above-average. It is still available to purchase.
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Perfumer

Jean Carles

Fragrance Notes

Top Notes Top NotesBergamotBergamot
SpicesSpices
CorianderCoriander
NeroliNeroli
OrangeOrange
Heart Notes Heart NotesCloveClove
Ylang-ylangYlang-ylang
Oriental roseOriental rose
JasmineJasmine
NarcissusNarcissus
CloverClover
Base Notes Base NotesAmberAmber
BenzoinBenzoin
OakmossOakmoss
MuskMusk
PatchouliPatchouli
SandalwoodSandalwood
VetiverVetiver
CedarCedar
CivetCivet

Ratings

Scent

8.1243 Ratings

Longevity

8.7204 Ratings

Sillage

8.2201 Ratings

Bottle

6.5189 Ratings

Value for money

9.229 Ratings
Submitted by Sani, last update on 15.10.2021.
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Manu79
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Helpful Review    10  
whitout a taboo
New Orleans, in the 1940s,
A nightclub, the air thick with smoke, heavy perfumes, mushrooms and sweat,
All await the entrance of a legend Dorothy Dandrige.....
She takes the stage in a stunning gown, jewelry gleaming in the spotlight, Dorothy stands in front of the microphone, a glance at the crowd, the first note.....

A fragrance that is able to evoke times long past, yet is so modern.
Taboo is
heavy,
sultry,
sensual,
erotic,
sexy,
With orange, clove, rose, patchouli, amber, sandalwood and musk...

A fragrance that turns men's heads and turns women into goddesses.
one of the most beautiful fragrances ever created
DREAMFUL

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FvSpee
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Top Review    44  
Colonial Goods XXIV - George's Discovery
In 1772, Captain James Cook set off on his second voyage of discovery to the South Seas. He engaged the Russian-German scholar Reinhold Forster as his chief scientific companion, who insisted on taking along his 17-year-old son Georg as his assistant. Georg was already on his way to becoming a precocious polymath himself and had already published his first book at the age of thirteen.

Incidentally, if Georg Forster did not later become as famous as Alexander von Humboldt, for example, with whom he could certainly measure up, it was for two reasons: When the French revolutionary troops conquered Mainz in 1792, where Forster had in the meantime been active at the university, he joined the German Jacobins who proclaimed the Mainz Republic and - unlike Schiller - remained loyal to the cause of the revolution until the end. Ostracized as a traitor to the fatherland after the interim success of the coalition forces against France, he went to France, and his memory has been suppressed, basically to this day, in Germany. Added to this, he died already in 1794, still young, in sickness and misery, abandoned by his wife and grieved by the ever-increasing horrors of revolutionary terror.

But back to the South Sea voyage that began in 1772: The young George undertook very sensitive, sophisticated ethnological observations of the native peoples of the South Seas and also brought back to Europe some linguistic material, including the term "tapu", which in one of the Polynesian languages denoted something sacred but at the same time something forbidden.

This is how the word "taboo" came to Europe, but it didn't really take off with its stellar career until Sigmund Freund's book "Totem and Taboo" in 1913. 150 years after Forster, the sound of Sigmund's texts went quite a bit more awkwardly in the direction of 'primitive savages', which might give rise to small question marks to the theses of the constant progress of enlightenment and the enlightenment impetus of psychoanalysis. In his book, Freud postulated connections between ethnological findings (such as the taboos in the South Seas) with psychoanalytic concepts (e.g. obsessive-compulsive neurosis) and, as usual, traced everything back to sex and incest.

Almost no one really understood the details even then, but in any case the concept of taboo, both erotically and exotically charged, was thus guaranteed a stellar career. This will still have been the case in 1932, when the Spanish perfume grandmaster Jean Carles created this milestone in the history of fragrances: sex sells and big wide world sells too.

Let's dwell on the name for a bit: A taboo is something forbidden, and of course it is always tempting to break the taboo, to violate the prohibition. Since this is usually associated with social ostracism or even imprisonment in real life, it comes just right when we are allowed to feel like real taboo breakers after paying the possible purchase price by tearing open a perfume package. Perhaps this is another reason why names of this kind are quite popular in the industry: 'L'Interdit' by Givenchy, after all, because of the definite article, doesn't mean "forbidden" but "ban, taboo". And funnily enough, there is also a small unknown niche perfume 'Verboten', perfumer is none other than Marie LeFebvre known from her own label "Urban Scents". I don't know a fragrance called 'Schtonk' yet, though. Comes perhaps yet.

Tabu opens from zero to a hundred in a tenth of a second with quite big cinema, maximum splendor development of flowers, spices and not recorded but felt aldehydes, over which lattice-like highly concentrated citrus extracts are hammered over. This creates the impression of a combination of impressions that do not fit together; we have here, so to speak, an olfactory contradictio in adiecto: we have warm freshness, precise voluptuousness, friendly aggression, clear and sharp voluptuousness. In the first hour, I perceive Tabu as a kind of chyroid cologne; indeed, a kinship with the cologne concept (although this fragrance is supposed to be just a reduced, haha, concentration of the EdT of the same name).

The fragrance then goes through a round of transformations: After an hour, it impresses more amber, massive, matte, grounded and liqueur-like, then almost sultry. After three hours, you smell a gurgling and purring animalism against a backdrop of overripe fruit. Still later, brassy and soft still, sharper and greener notes seem to dominate again.

A single spray of this 'cologne' easily covers 5 sprays of any EdP from Le Labo, and it boasts a longevity of at least 8 hours, more likely more. The price is a joke.

Tabu has been bullish on this forum, after 0 reviews in 2019 and 1 in 2020, mine is already the sixth this year, and it's just May. That's not wrong, as Tabu by Dana (much has been written about this highly interesting brand elsewhere) is a fragrance historical landmark that every perfume aficionado should have encountered at some point. Just as anyone interested in the natural sciences and the humanities should also take a look at Georg Forster at some point.
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Ponticus
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Ponticus
Top Review    52  
Girls' Night Out - I'll Be Your Baby Tonight
Jackie, our all hairdresser, was once again the most attentive. One had forgotten the carnival! This message to the wartsab group of girls' evening he connected at the same time with the suggestion that it was not too late and that one should dare to dive into the milieu, the ambience of the courtesans and sutlers and to appreciate his favorite perfume, Tabu by Dana. Of course, he also thought, not entirely altruistically, of the fine possibilities of disguises and fashions for the evening. The proposal was unanimously accepted, also mindful of the fabulous memory of last year's spectacular Poseidon evening of aquatic scents, pirate disguises and Neptune's baptism of the equator. The accompanying prosecco cocktail with oil sardine was a real challenge for each of the baptized!

On said evening, each newly arriving "concubine" was personally greeted by Jackie. With a deft twirl or two, he modelled his scarlet chancel dress with attached bodice and wide bat sleeves each time. With each turn he spread a distinctive, oriental scent of the mystical Orient, of dreams from 1001 nights, very spicy, warm, flowery-sweet and exotic. This smell was meanwhile over the entire room, because all the girls had received in the meantime some splashes of Tabu from him.

Melody Vögele-Schmitz, our old 68er appeared in a used batik dress from her Sturm und Drang festival phase (and the dress still fit, how enviable). She already knew Tabu from that time. After spraying, her stuffy VW bus became an oriental gem, powerful, clove-spicy as if on fat earth, infused with fruity florals and sweet exoticism. One thought the rusty car would break apart at night because of the violent movements, the depth and heaviness of the eroticizing scent with the now fine resinous, warm-woody, still spicy and peppered with dark vanilla further development of the smell. In its course, the light animalism of Tabu and Melody's meowing hangover also found their place.

The pharmacist Mrs. Dr. Pille, so our Susi, came in wide harem or Pluderhosen and imagined after a few glasses of Prosecco directly in the harem of a seraglio, not so much because of the Sultan but because of the idea of her attracting, erotic ladies in it. Musty, fruity sweetness and a bit of herbaceous freshness immediately exploded in a spicy-floral eruption into an intense, oriental-spicy-earthy scent of beguiling radiance. Her wish the harem succumb to the following sensual-erotic, animalistic tentacles of the smell of taboo and in woody-warm, dark-spicy depth then dissolves any restraint of the ladies longed for by Susi.

Optician Klara Sicht, today with nickel glasses and dressed in latex and leather, gave the perfect dominatrix, in which she had slipped mentally already often times. And she knew about her attraction and that of Tabu. A splash for her, hostile, mysterious, not intrusive but already appealing. Two splashes intensely exotic, already exciting but still restrained. Four splashes well distributed and the evening can come, good 6-7 hours, spicy orientalism, seductive like the scent of an Arabian bazaar. Two / three spritzes in the right places relaid, beguiling deep eroticism until the warm spicy wake up and the certainty, the dream can begin again!

Ilse, the former boss of the kiosk with attached post office, sewing and ironing service and one of the elders, had "disguised" herself as a German Fräuleinwunder and stood for the young, attractive and desirable woman of the late post-war and economic miracle period, whom in particular the American G.I., far from home, was happy to meet.
She, child of a Silesian refugee family, had the first of these encounters very early on and the result, her son, is now her successor and manager of her kiosk. Times were hard then, Ilse alone with her son, life expensive and complicated. The kind soldiers brought over many good things, from coffee to medicine, things that ensured both of their survival.
At one point, a G.I. also left a bottle of perfume. It was taboo of Dana. She remembered exactly her first uses of that scent. With the strong earthy clove, heavy and warm at the same time, as well as the intense, sweet floral aura, Tabu, also with an animalistic frivolous note, covered many a bad smell of damp corners in dingy rooms. It also made Ilse feel nobler and more desirable than she often felt and supported the gentlemen's bounty. So when she woke up at sunrise in her little chamber in her somewhat clammy bed next to her little son, she still felt snuggled up in the slowly fading, now darkly vanilla and sultry warm smell that made her dream of better times.
After a good two years Ilse made the jump to a normal life, but even now she looks back on that time without shame, bitterness, resentment or regret. Tonight for girls' night out, she looked quite fantastic. A flower trimmed petticoat dress, balerinas, Betty Page hairdo and a pink bandana gave a glimpse of the beauty and strength that was possible and often necessary during those times.

After Ilse's tales, things quietened down a little, the air was sweetly spiced and vanilla sprinkles flashed from time to time in the dresses. The prosecco-supported dreams and longings gave way to the certainty of the real journey home and turned into newly refuelled courage for everyday life.

Where would we be without our wishes, desires, imaginations? Thank you for reading!
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Fleurrare
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History on my arm
I was looking for something along the lines of Miss Dior original. Although Tabu belongs to a different fragrance family, there is indeed overlap, especially in the drydown. I was starting to have some respect for the "retro" vibe. I'm starting to realize that there's already a reason why this perfume has such a long history. It's timeless. Tabu is distinctly oriental, it has captured much of the oriental atmosphere of many cultures . Mind you all in a small bottle, quite fascinating! Agree with the voices that classify it as a fitting perfume for a church aisle. So not at all appropriate to its genesis and marketing.
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Expertise
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Very unique and distinctive!
This fragrance is primordial cozy and cozy, reminiscent of incense fragrance without all the harmful combustion products thereby have to breathe and still pollute the environment with it. The scent is expressive and unique, you can't mistake it for anything else, vanilla, orange, spices, ylang ylang soothe the senses and take me on a sensual journey into 1000 and one nights. Scent is warming and cozy and hopefully will stay with us for a long time. I as a man have no problem spraying the scent on my pajamas to go to bed with and have sweet dreams. zzzZZZZ zz ...
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10
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8
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Vogue2011
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"All queens, move your as... over, the EMPRESS has arrived!"
I am a fan of Joan Crawford. A very good actress (OK, her parenting methods would have scared off even Genghis Kahn...), but still:

Joan was once the Queen of Hollywood!

Taboo, however, is something for Joan's former mother-in-law, Mary Pickford, THE EMPRESS OF HOLLYWOOD!!!!

I once got hold of Tabu on a perfume shop site for just £22!
Since a Mr. Roja Dove could look at something ;-) Tabu of Dana (a fairly unknown brand) smells namely more like a 1000€ + fragrance than so many Roja creation!
The sillage would have enveloped not only Hollywood, but also the entire Los Angeles Bay ;-))

Dana smells like you would imagine perfumes from the 30s to smell: Lush, luxurious, glamorous.
However, every diva should still make sure to stay more Audrey Hepburn instead of a few too many sprays to become a MAE WEST ;-)

I damn know what it s like to become to MAE:

Had the fragrance times generously dosed applied before I was with a good friend in the car on the road. After about . 10 minutes of driving came only a "I'm so bad from your perfume" from the driver's seat.... So, be carful!
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5
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Elysium

502 Reviews
Elysium
Elysium
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Like Tamara de Lempicka's Women
Things always come into our life for a reason, for a season, or a lifetime. And one of these three things happened with Dana's Tabu. I was browsing the Notino website looking for bargains, and this perfume appeared. The amber color, the captivating ingredients, and above all, the story of him that I read in one go pushed me to buy it blindly. He did not disappoint me.
On the contrary, I was pleasantly surprised. The dusty nature of him makes itself felt from the first notes. It is a talcum powder for adults, forbidden to minors, certainly not a talcum powder for babies. It attracts you, seduces you, enchants you, entices you, the whispers take me. Tabu is love forbidden for a reason. What a pity! The bottle shape from past editions was so gorgeous, minimal, rectangular, with a dark brown cap and a satin gold rim all around, but I got the latest edition with my purchase order miserably. It is a little boring and unkempt, cheap on the plastic cap, glass, and sprayer. But man, the amber juice inside is so unique and worth every penny! I have never smelled such a perfume, ever. It is powerful, intoxicating, primal and enigmatic, very, very sensual is and dangerous. Believe me when I say dangerous.

Tabu has always had a worse reputation than her real self. The scent can be smelled in the rooms for men only, along the avenues of perdition, in the brothels, in the strip clubs, and the dark alleys near the port. If it were a book, it would be Jean Genet's Querelle of Brest. I try to describe it merely in terms of style: it's not the kind of perfume you'd imagine on Audrey Hepburn faithful to Givenchy's L'Interdit, or Jackie Kennedy with her Joy by Jean Patou, or Grace Kelly with her Fleurissimo by Creed. Instead, Tabu was the fragrance of the first black woman to be nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress, Dorothy Dandridge, a sexy scent that perfumer Jean Carles would create with bold instructions to create a perfume a prostitute would wear. And I also add a gigolo. And not in an offensive or discriminatory way. But for her sensuality, because she exudes sex. One can only imagine the naked body under the clothes that hide Tabu. And despite her reputation, she wears herself as a lovely, sensual yet sweet fragrance that both women and men can enjoy.

I don't know what Tabu smelled like when it first came out, but today Tabu smells like a dark blend of toasted maple syrup, chocolaty patchouli, and smoked incense. With its opulent floral chords and skanky patchouli, in the current Tabu, there is movement and complexity. Like eau de cologne, this recent formulation is flat, pleasing to the nose, yet distinctive and well done, and still very good. With a pure essence of ardor and desire, it welcomes me with a kind of note of root beer, a sweet North American drink that I got to taste in New York. It's traditionally made using the root bark of the sassafras tree and then clamorous patchouli. There's a hint of tarragon intertwined with fresh citrus accords, backed by a lightly spiced orange infused with clove, coriander on a bed of synthetic civet, and a balsamic sweetness of benzoin. The top is quite airy and bubbly, and yes, the root beer impression is quite vivid for the first few minutes. At first, it may be confused with a chypre, but soon it turns into an oriental exotic.

The thick dusty opening is very gooey, but as the sweetness settles in, the spicy resin accord comes forward to create a fascinating counterweight. The powder pushes into the heart notes, a slightly spiced creamy powder in a swing with the resins' bitter aroma. The heart is full of luxurious and copious flowers—a blend of narcissus, sensual ylang-ylang, fiery rose, and a handful of indole jasmine. The spiciness of cloves and cinnamon has an equally complicated balance—hot and cold moments alternate without diminishing. I get many cloves from this, but thankfully it's not as suffocating on my skin as other scents that contain cloves can be.

On the bottom appears a woody undertone, softer patchouli, and strong hints of musk. The base has a darker touch because of a resinous and balsamic note of benzoin. Still, pale amber's comparative brightness with a pink touch keeps a perfect balance in this complex creation and smoother towards the end, always with a little dusty touch.

What do I think of this ancient perfume? The surprising thing about Tabu for me is the unisex smell. Tabu is cheap, but that doesn't mean it's not worth much. It has a slightly less opulent style than Shalimar, but no less complex for this. The performance is stellar on my skin, with strong sillage, excellent projection, and fantastic longevity. I am among those who think that every perfume has its season to wear, so I prefer to drink a full-bodied red wine or a peaty scotch on winter days and wear an oriental fragrance when it's cold outside, like now in Italy. And Tabu is the kind of Oriental you need to fight General Winter. A deeply sensual, rich, and velvety composition, composed of balanced chords and an absolute stunner. A gorgeous oriental that I bet inspired Calvin Klein's Obsession and probably some other more modern successor.

This review bases upon a 69ml (2.3 fl. oz.) I own since November 2020.

-Elysium
Gipsy1982
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Wonderful retro scent
I am generally a friend of oriental expressive perfumes, before I had to test Tabu by Dana and was not disappointed. Tabu is a warm spicy soft oriental. The perfume is white and sensual, but in my opinion it is suitable for the appropriate type of needs not only for the evening time, I find that it has a very high recognition value. It's a pity that there is taboo only as Raus de Cologne and no more as Eau de Parfum, so the durability is unfortunately clearly limited
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Athenaida

41 Reviews
Athenaida
Athenaida
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From Teen to Babe and Baby!
From teen to babe & baby!

Am I the only one in here that this perfume smells like a vintage baby powder on me??
Am I so lucky that IT IS NOT THE DIRTY PLEASURE that you all want to hear because of so much hate??

Let me tell you a little story.
When I registered in Fragrantica I was in clouds dreaming of Golden era fumes like Marlene's Dietrich Tabac Blond and Cabochard and vintages and Jungle Gardenia...and suddenly I learned so many things about other categories of perfumes and celebrity's that I'm in the moment somehow...

my first perfume was Wiener Bouquet a sweet, purple-lilac rose.
I wasn't even a teen.
I always liked perfumes and I have a big collection with that dreamy lost treasured bottles from friends and ladies that I always asked what perfume they are wearing.

The first thing I saw in perfume forums was a crazyness, let me say hysteria about a perfume called Tabu.
So good, so bad, a whore fume, a lady one...
I was afraid to smell it until one day.

Before I smelled this perfume and because of all this dirty hysteria in a forum game I written that I imagine Laura Palmer from Twin Peaks wearing this.
That was and is her perfume as I imagine in this cruel story of David Lynch.

A tiny sample came to me and it was a very dark juice but as I recall I didn't give much attention and moved on.

Still this chaos about Tabu.
Every single time I were logging this place someone had always, I really mean always, something to mention about it.

I did not know Dana and her other perfumes but Tabu was written in my head for good,

After 10 years and my strange cravings, greens, vintages, white florals, oriental 3 weeks ago I saw in a perfume site Tabu EDC 125ml with the cameo outside the bottle in golden colour,
12€ I said what the hell the mystery must be solved.

Yesterday I received my bottle.
Nice vintage style.
1st spritz tobacco and baby something.
Second spritz and baby vintage powder, powder, baby...
WHERE THE HELL IS THE SWEATY, DIRTY, WHORE, CHEAP, UNKIND, HATE SMELL??
On me, NOWHERE.

I feel blessed and very happy with a soft baby powder smell on my skin that is and was for TEENS who became babes and babes who became also little babies.

Thank you Tabu.Thank you Dana.
Laura is happy now.

Don't listen just try by yourself and find out how THIS perfume works on you.

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Mantus
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Oriental Attractive Femininity
At first one can perceive an intensive deep spicy note, which gives the top note something pleasantly conspicuous and is to be owed to the coriander.

At the same time the coriander is accompanied by a fine, sweetish fruity note, which ensures that the top note gets something soft and comes from the orange.

These two notes are covered in a delicate flowery nuance, which brings something discreetly herbes with it and in my opinion is responsible for the fact that the top note seems heavy, but at the same time light and comes from the neroli.

In the background there is a subtle citric nuance that gives the top note a very light refreshing touch and I actually picked lemon instead of bergamot.

In the citric nuance there is an ethereal, slightly sweetish nuance which harmonizes very well with the other notes and I suspect tarragon here.

This constellation is noticeable on my skin for 20 minutes before the heart note unfolds.

Now an intense spicy, peppery note reminiscent of pimento is to be perceived, which gives the fragrance a very striking markance without drifting into the masculine and the clove is to be owed.

The clove blends with a very nice strong, slightly fleshy rosy note, which gives the fragrance an oriental and appealing female aura and unfortunately I do not say exactly which rose it is.

These two notes are surrounded by a fine sweetish floral note, which gives the heart note an incredible volume and comes from ylang-ylang.

In the very background a tender light floral nuance supports the other notes and is in my opinion responsible for the fragrance being literally lifted up into the air and coming from jasmine.

The entire heart note is immersed in a creamy aura, so that one can already be a little of the opinion that one has applied oneself the smell in form of a Bodybutter and I here on highly concentrated Iris, instead of on Narzisse have tapped.

Unfortunately I could not see Klee, but I can imagine very well that this component was used for background music.

The heart note is perceptible on my skin for 5 hours before the basis prevails.

The base has a dense sweet, spicy note, which gives the fragrance a wonderfully cuddly aura and is due to the amber.

At the same time, a fine, creamy, vanilla-like note is to be perceived, which btingt a very delicate chocolaty touch with itself and the cuddly aura wonderfully potentiates and comes from the benzoin.

These two notes are wrapped in a beautiful, clear, light mossy note and come from EIchenmoos in combination with musk.

A soft wooden nuance is perceptible in the background, which gives the fragrance something pleasantly smooth and is due to the cedar wood.

These fragrances are surrounded by a beautiful inviting warming note, which acts like a caress and can only be the civet.

Unfortunately I could not see patchouli, sandalwood and vetiver, but I can imagine very well that these components were used for completion.

In total the scent holds 8.5 hours on my skin.

The Sillage is designed in the first hour in such a way that one is clearly perceived to the 1.5 meters and then settles 3 hours on a very clearly perceptible whole arm length, before it reduces until the end of the smell in calm steps.

I would like to express my sincere thanks to our perfume "Zirkeltanz" for the bottling.
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Carlitos01Carlitos01 2 years ago
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Bottle
The hated TABU for me is actually very alluring and sexy on women. It's very spicy, floral, ambery ant the touch of civet is great. Love it!
ZoikgreeceZoikgreece 2 years ago
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8
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8
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You'd better listen to "cheap smell" by Covacs. Whatever Dana touches is forever destroyed. What a pity!
CatarinaCatarina 2 years ago
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Spices & amber with civet.... and a dash of everythingh else! Glorious perfume! Insane performance! I am going to buy a 6 pack!
DorothyGraceDorothyGrace 5 years ago
Black bottle is very pretty. The perfume behaves well on my skin. Not the original but wearable and enjoyable. Oh for the good old days.

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