Sauvage 2015 Type – Formula

(3 customer reviews)


Sauvage  is a Aromatic Fougere fragrance for men.  Top notes are Calabrian bergamot and Pepper; middle notes are Sichuan Pepper, Lavender, Pink Pepper, Vetiver, Patchouli, Geranium and elemi; base notes are Ambroxan, Cedar and Labdanum.

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Note: This formula is inspired by the fragrance stated here, using GCMS analysis data and our nose,is not an exact copy. The original formulations belong to the respective brands. We are not affiliated with any fragrance brand mentioned here. The presented images are merely illustrative. Our formulas are composed for educational purposes, inspired by the most popular perfumes on the market. It may be the basis for your personal experiments, studies or researches.

3 reviews for Sauvage 2015 Type – Formula

    5 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Many people love to hate Sauvage – partially as it tries to appeal to the masses, partially because it really is everywhere, and partially because artistically it is probably not at the same heights as the other Sauvage – the Eau Sauvage. But what all of this doesn’t take into account is that objectively, his is a great perfume – smooth metallic amber mixed with herbal nuances that almost remind me of licorice.

    And this formula is almost spot on – I only wish my skin didn’t devour it so quickly. We should try next the Perfume version.

    3 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    Hmm, not matter how many times I try this formula I don’t get something exactly like the Sauvage EDT. This is definitely missing the Sichuan Pepper CO2 and other things, but otherwise the rest of the ratios seem correct especially the important cetalox overdose. Still a good starting point and a nice smelling formula though

    4 out of 5

    (verified owner):

    After some clarifications on some ingredients, the formula is much better now, kind of like the Bleu de Chanel but a nice twist to it, with the nice cetalox overdose. I prefer it less green so I tweaked it, but a nice formula to work with

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