Pafume version is totally different, I m sure, and I dislike.
The bottle looks classy and the magnetic cap is a nice touch. I wish it was a little stronger but there's a reason why it is a classic. I smellt this a while ago at the store, and got a sample of it to try at home.
First off it was a really nice citrus green scent, but that went away and it kinda quickly turned into an herbal rosemary like scent which put me off. There isn't much to be said about a legend like Eau Sauvage that hasn't been said already.
A mature, unisex scent but I think anyone could easily wear it.
Leans masculine in my opinion but I'd love to smell it on a lady.
I would say it reminds me the most of a clean, well-groomed, well-dressed middle-age gentleman, but could be worn ideally by any adult male who seems self-respecting, polite, and on the serious or professional side.
I have tried more than 40 parfumes, it is far best.A heart blooms with jasmine, rose, carnation, iris root, coriander, patchouli and sandalwood.Base notes bring us oak moss, vetiver, musk and amber. This edition was refreshed with a new advertising campaign featuring world famous Alain Delon in 2009. Of the dozens of fragrances I've smelled (including most of the popular ones), Eau Sauvage EDT is as good as any, and better than most.Citrus, herbs, oakmoss, a dash of florals and musk.ES features natural smelling notes in a barbershop fashion.After all, it's been on the market for over 50 years, and not without a reason.