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  Reply # 1333775 29-Jun-2015 22:28
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loceff13: Keep in mind some of the imported perfumes come from countries where the legitimate product has different formulations etc and may be pretty different to what you find here.

Reminds me of the milo which was parallel imported by a big retailer and it tasted horrible, as it was a different recipe for a different market. Different cultures have different tastes, and that would apply to smell as well I suspect.

Well since they have change the Milo recipe here in NZ we now prefer the parallel imported one from the Warehouse. 
We no longer by the Kiwi brand. 

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  Reply # 1333807 30-Jun-2015 06:29
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NZ Milo was unique -  Milo in all other countries (incl Australia) will taste pretty similar as NZ has simply been moved to the same formula that other countries have rather than having it's own.

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