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Neroli Sauvage celebrates the 17th century Duchess of Nerola (a small city near Rome), whose castle and gardens were famous for jubilant summer parties. Taking its inspiration from the French word for “wild”, this invigorating blend captures the luxuriant atmosphere of the Duchess’ gatherings during which guests would crush neroli flowers against their skin to release the bittersweet yet invigorating floral essence. Anchored by the warmth of ambergris and spiked with verbena, Neroli Sauvage is appropriate for men and women who appreciate a crisp citrus fragrance with smooth depth.
Top note: Bergamot, bitter-orange, grapefruit, lemon, neroli, verbena
Middle note: Orange blossom
Base note: Ambergris
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
The fragance is nice but very weak on my skin. Only lasted less than an hour.
This is not my first scent from Creed. I actually prefer Millisime Inperial, but I have this a try, and it is actually pretty fantastic. Not only is it a fabulous recent that is just a bit more masculine that MI. It is even a great accompanying scent to wear with MI to give it a longer lasting undertone. All Creed can be mixed and blended together to create great new scents, and Neroli Savuage is no exception.