Waxed Wood and Myrrh Duo:
In Saint-Germain-des-Prés, a timeless library. With Waxed Wood and Myrrh. Over the centuries, the smell of the waxed wood has patinated, it has taken on the leathery, smoky scent of the countless book bindings.
Quince and Oak tree Duo:
An autumn afternoon
The fall is here, steeped in the scent of the woods and fruits. The smoky and wood notes of the oak meet the suave and fruity smell of quince. The colors mix, yellow, red and brown.
Mosses and Hazelnut Duo:
A walk in the woods
Along the way, the rustle of leaves. And the scent, sometimes woody, sometimes fresh is a melange of the hazels, the earth and the moss. A subtle harmony of greens.
Pomander and Wood fire Duo:
A winter evening in Provence
The sweetness of evenings spent huddled by the fire. The smoky accents of wood fire blend with the delicious scents of spices and candied fruits of the traditional thirteen desserts.
Duo Hazel tree and Vanilla Duo:
A delicious treat
Lightly roasted hazelnuts, fresh from the oven. Their still-warm praline accents have taken on the caramelized and slightly spicy sweetness of the vanilla pods.
Cinnamon and Tea Duo:
Memory of Desmond
Inspired by the English childhood of Desmond Knox-Leet, one of diptyque’s three founders, this scent recalls the black English tea and spices once shipped from Indian trading posts.