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If you want to be happy all the time, you often have to change. Confucius
After many weak new releases and the search for classics which also deserve the term, Demachy came across these extremes. In former times the extreme ones were also still so in the occurrence.
Unfortunately, he has completely reformulated the Eau Sauvage perfume, or as one might say to this misunderstanding.
Now this in the black bottle and feeling stale and older can be a fragrance after judging the design certainly not be completely perplexed.
What the hell happened here? What is this really good product?
How can you not relaunch such a fresh and spicy fragrance again?
The first impression is perfect. The wrong impression of old or outdated was out of place. Who prefers Silla products with dominance is right here.
The lemon is a masterpiece, one wonders, where are the lemon peelings hidden? The grapefruit knows how to please as well. The bergamot, probably contained for budgetary reasons, is not perceptible. After the Sauvage eau de toilette disaster, you can get back on the Dior bandwagon by letting this masterpiece work.
Amazing how certain fragrances are only hyped with marketing, others like this one, which is in the process of sinking, find almost no more buyers.
The comments are not only here on Parfumo very little, also in the big Fragrantica with the com at the end, not the small D-variant, there are very few descriptions and recommendations.
It seems the time of male chypres is definitely over. Too bad, actually, if you have experienced this top fragrance. He was probably ahead of his time in the first release in 1982, then in 2010 well meant but not many fans either. Sad, because this is actually a niche scent, many others smell similar, with a different name and design and therefore not as dusty as this extreme. The hard core would have to worry about Demachy, how to bring such a qualitatively good and very strong product back again. It is not always necessary to reinvent the wheel, a product can also be repackaged after its life cycle. That would certainly not be a bad idea here.
The mint takes effect after about twenty minutes and comes to the fore very well with the vetiver. These are all arguments to test this eau sauvage and give it a chance.
The entire duration of the fragrance is a little over 10 hours, around 0600, then around 1830 still clearly recognizable, which is of course attributable to the fragrance family Chypre and the wood with the Vetiver.
Very recommendable for a slightly different fragrance experience.
My love for Dior has awakened again.