L'Eau de Mohéli celebrates ylang-ylang. In partnership with the Givaudan Foundation, diptyque is working with local farmers on the Comoros archipelago’s tiny Moheli island to protect the endangered flower species from entirely disappearing. The Maison is creating firewood nurseries for the distillation process to prevent deforestation, which would threaten the fragile bloom’s survival.
The most noble and subtle types of vetiver are found in the Haitian countryside. Its exceptional quality is what sparked the reorchestration of Vetyverio in an Eau de Parfum. This vetiver is certified ECOCERT – organic fair-trade production that’s socially and environmentally responsible. Committed to this project initiated by the Givaudan Foundation, diptyque supports a cooperative group of 300 vetiver farmers. The value of this initiative is not only commercial, vetiver is now recognized as an effective way to prevent the erosion of the island’s volcanic land.