Estee Lauder Cinnabar was introduced in 1978, created by Bernard Chant and Josephine Catapano. It has notes of Jasmine, Orange Flower, Tangerine, Clove, Muguet, Lily, Olibanum, Sandalwood, and Patchouli. One of the first orientals, Cinnabar is just a gorgeous, rich perfume! This is the edp, eau de partum.
This is the older version in the original red cap as depicted.
Fragrantica - "The dry down is bliss. The aforementioned tolu balsam is accompanied by incense, benzoin, sandalwood, and accents of patchouli and vetiver. All are detectable to my nose, but the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts."
Fragrantica - "If you want to know what silage is. Then walk behind someone wearing this about 30 seconds later. You will smell a smooth and beautiful cinnamon perfume. Absolute classic perfume for women."
Fragrantica - "Very heavy on the cinnamon, clove, mixed with orange and pepper and resins. If you have the chance to sample the vintage, you will be amazed at the strength and longevity of this juice! I am usually very heavy with my perfume trigger finger but not with this beauty. Less is more with vintage Cinnabar. Pairs perfectly with with fiery sunsets, smoldering campfires at dusk and a soft wool cowlneck sweater."
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