Corked vials should be the required format for every modern fragrance, as far as I'm concerned. Not necessarily because of the Romeo + Juliet reference (circa suicide scene) but because the idea of bearing cryptic water in your hands is beyond creepy in just the right way. Portland General nailed that whole approach with their nostalgic cologne Moonshine, five parts tangerine, nutmeg, sandalwood, saffron, and jojoba oil. Other details: the base is grape alcohol...oh, and it's organic, something that until now I never related to scents. It all just works in the muskiest of ways. Note to self: scope out all colognes disguising as folklore phials.
One more check for exquisitely packed product.