Dior Eau Sauvage Eau de Toilette
Dior Eau Sauvage is a Citrus Aromatic fragrance for men. Dior Eau Sauvage was launched in 1966. The nose behind Dior Eau Sauvage fragrance is Edmond Roudnitska.
- The top notes are Lemon, Bergamot, Basil, Rosemary, Caraway and Fruity Notes
- The middle notes are Jasmine, Coriander, Carnation, Patchouli, Orris Root, Sandalwood and Rose
- The base notes are Oakmoss, Vetiver, Musk and Amber.
This is a fresh perfume that can be easily recognized among other fresh fragrances. The clear and fresh scent of lemon and bitter-fresh rosemary are combined perfectly with the masculine, woody nuances of a base.
The perfume was introduced in 1966 and created in cooperation with perfumer Edmond Roudnitska. The creator made the perfume legendary and characteristic for its fresh, citrusy notes, composed of spicy lavender on a masculine, woody base. The fragrance incorporates the following accords: lemon, basil, bergamot, cumin, lavender, and fruit. A heart blooms with jasmine, rose, carnation, iris root, coriander, patchouli, and sandalwood. Base notes bring us oakmoss, vetiver, musk, and amber. The flacon was designed by Pierre Dinand.
This edition was refreshed with a new advertising campaign featuring world-famous Alain Delon in 2009.Dior Eau Sauvage was launched in 1966