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January 07, 2010

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Joan

I think Eau Sauvage is cleaner than you say it is here, but I still love the review. I can't say I've smelled Diorella. I really ought to.

Perfumaniac

Hi Joan! Did you sniff the old stuff or the new stuff? The vintage isn't super-dirty, but it's got cumin, patchouli, musk, oakmoss...notes that aren't exactly clean. I even detected some civet, but that's what I tend to do regardless. It's great stuff, and yes, smell (vintage) Diorella!

alberto novello

Sorry,why there is such a difference between the original Eau Sauvage of the 60s and the present one?

Many thanks to all of you.


Alberto Novello

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