Cinnabar Eau de Parfum Spray 50ml
My favourite smell
I just love this perfume on my wife and buying it online was easy and straightforward. My Christmas shopping was easy because of it!
I love it!
I hadn't heard of this one until I tried it casually during a visit to your new store here, and was amazed how the lovely perfume lasted, and lasted, and lifted my spirits.
I ordered some that evening and have loved it ever since. (and had lots of compliments)
Cinnabar is my fav winter Eau de parfum spray with its spicy aroma. Love it.
For me, the only perfume in the world
I was bought a bottle of this perfume on it's launch in 1979,.and nothing else has come close in all.those years. It is very much my 'signature' scent and people always comment on it. I have even been stopped in the street many times by women and men alike asking for the name of that beautiful perfume. No other perfume.ever provokes that reaction.
My husband buys me a bottle every Christmas and it is always my favourite pressie. It is a rich and warm smell with a strong overtone of cinnamon and it complements the winter season most of all. If there's really a heaven someday, for me it has to smell like Cinnabar!!
Unchanging memorable fragrance
This perfume is quality, long lasting fragrance, a special something
have worn cinnabar since 1980! love it, warm, sensuous, spicy perfume
SIMPLY AND CLASSICALLY SUPERB!
I too first used this perfume in the 70's and, in my experience, it has remained one of my favourites over the years. It lasts exceptionally well when worn, and mellows into a deeply rich and sensuous fragrance which lingers on and on. If you like classic fragrance which has stood the test of time and is still a winner, then try this. I also love Opium by Yves S. L. and Youth Dew by Estee L. - they also make a bold statement and last well.
Mysteriously different Cinnabar.
I first started wearing Cinnabar in 1979. It was a heady concoction, not for the faint hearted. I have used it on and off over the years, but sadly find it very changed now. Whereas it smelled of nutmeg, cloves, sandalwood and other glorious spices, now its more like burnt plastic and stewed tea. What happened the beautiful essential oils Estee Lauder are known for? This seems very synthetic, very different. I would not buy again.