Clone Formula: Dior Eau Sauvage

First off, to be clear, this is not the modern Sauvage from Dior featuring Johnny Depp. This is the original 1966 Edmond Roudnitska masterpiece cologne: the first mass market fragrance to use the glorious power of hedione, newly discovered and captive by Firmenich at the time. This is my version of the fragrance which I make according to Mr Roudnitska's secret recipe (I have included his secret within the formula). The bulk of the perfume is composed from GCMS data,...
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Florian
Florian
14 days ago

Oh this is so cool!
Really lucky that i purchased Musk Ambrette Last Time at PSH

Florian
Florian
14 days ago
Reply to  Jamie Frater

I have it in the L’origan formula and it works really well!
The only thing i worry about with this formula here is the cuminic aldehyde.
I’ve read that it is really unstable. Paul Kiler said that he stores it under Argon but i cant do this. Is there a alternative or should i get a small amount for this formula? I think that this is maybe the ”secret” of the formula

Frank
Frank
14 days ago

Yay! I’m super excited to mix this one up tonight! Thanks Jamie! You rock! Totally mixing it up with Musk Ambrette first!

Guido
Guido
13 days ago

This is really great, thanks a lot! and I happen to have the PK perfect pineapple! How much PK perfect pineapple would you suggest I should add to this formula and how much Civet tincture ?

Guido
Guido
11 days ago
Reply to  Jamie Frater

Thanks, I am sure that’ll be a good starting point to begin with.

Josep M
Josep M
13 days ago

Coriander leaf oil or coriander seed oilÂż? i guess you mean leaf oil?

Florian
Florian
13 days ago
Reply to  Josep M

I thought normal coriander Oil is everytime the Oil of the seeds.
When i See the leaf Oil it is normally stated as cilantro but i dont know if its here like that

Roberto
Roberto
12 days ago

It’s a really a beautiful idea! It would be great to retrace the fundamental steps of perfumery. I think about Chrome of Azaro, Drakkar Noir, Poison etc ….. what do you think?

Roberto
Roberto
12 days ago
Reply to  Jamie Frater

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Josep M
Josep M
10 days ago

I made it without the cumin ald. Very very nice! Much more pungent and herbal than the E.S.sample I have, but I guess it will have to mature. Any yes, coriander seed really makes wonders, sort of bridges the herbal and woody components.

Last edited 10 days ago by Josep M
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