Néroli 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, Néroli Sauvage is appropriate for men and women who appreciate a crisp citrus fragrance with smooth depth.
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ABOUT THE BRAND
It began as a bottle of Royal English Leather—a rich mix of mandarin, ambergris and sandalwood—commissioned by King George III (after becoming enamored with a pair of Creed scented gloves). Passed from father to son spanning seven generations since its London founding in 1760 by James Henry Creed, The House of Creed has been handcrafting uncommon fragrances for royal houses and discerning patrons for over 250 years.