Elizabeth Arden Red Door Eau de Toilette Spray is sold in several different sizes, the smallest I've seen is 10 ml (around $10) and the largest one 50 ml (around $30). The bottle with a semicircular red lid looks simple yet stylish. Its small spray pump delivers small, pointed squirts of perfume.
The fragrance is very unique, I would describe it as sweet and floral. I can be rather picky about floral fragrances, but I find this one pleasant. I think I can detect rose and lily, mixed with some other, exotic, flower I cannot define. I really like this hint of lily. The box has a "scratch to try the scent" spot on it, but from my experience it gives only a vague idea of what the fragrance is like. The perfume smells different if you remove the cap and sniff the bottle, and even more different on the skin. As I first tried this perfume, I thought it was a bit too strong, so I did not apply a lot. The two small squirts I had done lasted for about half a day.