Best Men's Dior Sauvage Colognes 

colognes are some of the most popular scents for men on the market. But with so many variations of this classic scent, it's tough to know which one is right for you.

Dior Sauvage

The EDT opens with a bright and citrusy blast of bergamot before drying down into a warm, woody base.  This makes for a fresh and versatile scent that can be worn all year round – whether you're headed to the office or out on a date night.

Sauvage EDT

While the EDT opens with a citrusy blast of bergamot, the EDP takes things in a more spicy direction, with star anise and vanilla making an appearance. This makes for a slightly sweeter and more complex fragrance that still dries down into that classic woody base.

Sauvage EDP

An Eau De Parfum is typically around 15% fragrance oil, whereas a Parfum is closer to 20-30%. This makes for a much stronger and more long-lasting scent, which is perfect if you're looking for something that's going to last all day (and into the night).

Sauvage Parfum

The ‘Elixir' version of Sauvage is probably their most exciting smelling fragrance. Unlike the other versions, Elixir features far sweeter notes than its predecessors, which isn't necessarily bad. You'll get hit with cinnamon and nutmeg in the opening, quickly followed by a heart of fresh lavender.

Sauvage Elixir

Dior Sauvage EDT was not the first Dior fragrance to shake things up in the world of colognes. Back in 1966, Dior released a very similar cologne under a very similar name: Dior Eau Sauvage. So was this a very early version of what we now know as Dior Sauvage today? Kind of – but not really.

Eau Sauvage