A new, highly concentrated interpretation of Sauvage, brightening the scent's signature freshness with the sizzle of a plump and spicy Mandarin
Heady swirls of mellow Tonka Bean with leathery and bitter aromas enlace a trail dominated by sensual Sri Lankan Sandalwood.
• Mandarin and Bergamot from Reggio di Calabria
For the House of Dior, François Demachy chose an exclusive Bergamot that he shaped with local producers to obtain a custom signature. His Bergamot is a whirlwind of juicy freshness that seems to sweep up everything in its path. Drenched in the Calabrian sun, it is fruitier and develops unique, slightly peppery and zesty facets. For Sauvage Parfum, it welcomes a plump Mandarin note that lends it a fruitier, rounder quality.
• Virginian Cedar and Sandalwood essence from Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan Sandalwood essence heightens and envelops the entire composition. This dense, addictive wood unleashes the full power of its milky, creamy accords. Its sensual note is enchanting, joined by Virginian Cedar that surprises with an unexpected raspberry facet.
• Vanilla absolute from Papua New Guinea
Vanilla absolute from Papua New Guinea unfurls an irresistibly delicious attraction with smoky accents that give it a more powerful touch. Harvested green and then soaked in hot water, this exceptional Vanilla from Papua New Guinea is processed using an innovative extraction method that restores the complex power of its aromas. In Sauvage Parfum, it is wrapped in a slightly bitter, delicious and mouth-watering Tonka Bean.