Diptyque uses only natural ingredients when composing fragrances, resulting in pure and natural scents, both complex and intriguing.
- 60 hours burn time
- Soy blend
- 6.5 oz.
- 3.5" tall x 3" wide
Ambre spheres discovered in an ancient treasure box. They now have the heady fragrance of balms and spices, of precious and enveloping woods.
Baies The tangy coolness of freshly picked blackcurrant berries. A few black bunches still have their leaves, their green and aromatic scent blending with the lively, flowery accents of rose.
Choisya is the botanical name of the Mexican orange blossom flower. Its fragrance is greener and more lively than its Mediterranean relative. As the shrubs break into bloom the buds slowly open to release their delicate perfume.
Feu de Bois. Wintertime… In the hearth, a fire roars, throwing out its light and casting shadows. The wood crackles as flames slowly consume the logs, releasing their dense, smoky scent.
Feuille de Lavande. A summer sky and lavender bushes on the hills of Haute Provence blend in a harmonious palette of blues as far as the eye can see. Surrounded by fields, the mineral scent of the earth lends spice to the lively, rustic notes of the delicate little blue flowers.
Figuier. The woody scent of fig trees stretching endlessly across a Mediterranean landscape. The sun is at its peak and the warm wind carries with it the intense fragrance of the trees mingled with the green, delicately fruity accents of a handful of figs on the cusp of ripening.
Gardenia. A vast garden of white and fragrant gardenias. Since gardenia means joy and happiness in the language of flowers, their heady, fresh scent often brightens the bouquets of brides.
Jasmin. The scent of jasmine which, as one walks along a path, instantly captures one’s attention. How can these small, delicate white flowers leave behind such a powerfully fragrant memory? Subtle yet persistent, tender yet voluptuous…
Mimosa. In February in the South of France, on the Tanneron hills near Grasse, the mimosas are in bloom. Their sunny golden yellow color stretches as far as the eye can see, and their small velvety blossoms scent the air with velvety, delicately honeyed notes.
Muguet. A bouquet of freshly picked lily of the valley sprigs. The white bells exhale their delicately flowery scent, colored by the green fragrance of stems and leaves.
Opopanax. One of the world’s most extraordinary resins, opopanax is the cousin of myrrhe and benzoin. Hailing from the Orient, it was once used as a remedy and a perfume. Opopanax has an instantly soothing quality with its enveloping, balmy, delicately vanilla scent.
Oranger. Bark, leaves and citrus fruit… A deliciously tart and lightly spicy reflection of the tree in its entirety.
Oyedo takes its name from Edo, the ancient imperial city of Japan, and yuzu, a small Asian citrus fruit, cousin of the lemon. The tangy, lively and almost spicy scent of fruit zest is enhanced by a hint of herbs.
Pomander. A profusion of spices and candied peels with the delicious scents of winter. As the holidays are near, oranges are pierced with scented cloves, filling the house with delicious spicy and fruity notes.
Roses. Rose bushes brimming with flowers one day in May. Some are just opening, others are in full bloom, their petals beaded with dew. Their fragrance fills the air with fresh, floral notes.
Santal. Freshly cut sandalwood. Shavings and fine sawdust are laid out on the ground like a woody, fragrant, blond-hued carpet. In the sultry heat of Asia, its scent perfumes the air with a velvety, enveloping and slightly spicy fragrance.
Tubereuse. The scent of tuberose in the wide fields of Southern India, where these fragrant white flowers are grown. From the top of their long, slender stems, they exhale a heady yet fresh and green scent, delicately nuanced with fruity, milky notes.
Vanilla. Dense, black vanilla pods, so fragrant that one is enough to perfume everything. It takes long months of patience for the small pods to reveal their captivating and powerful scent. The spice then discloses its leathery, almost smoky accents.
Violette. Violet flowers with their delicate, familiar scent freshly picked in the early morning. Soft, caressing and irresistibly powdery.