Definitely not. It is difficult to determine the shelf life of a perfume, you have to let the alcohol evaporate as it is the ingredient that ages the worst. After a few minutes check if the color has changed, but most importantly, you have to smell it and assess if you still recognise it. Like much of what surrounds perfumery, there are no strict rules. All fragrances change over time and it doesn't have to be a negative thing, the only thing that matters is that you still like it. Of course, perfume does not improve, like wine, over the years, so it is important to enjoy it and keep it in a cool place without too much light.