A memory from the holy forests of Indochina, and the velvety, milky scent of sandalwood burned in temples. Yves Coueslant, one of diptyque’s founders, has never forgotten this fragrance from his childhood illustrated by stately sandalwood from Mysore.
In the eau de parfum, the Asian spices highlight the wood and its creamy nuances, anchoring Tam Dao more solidly in its region of origin.
Did you know?
To obtain a higher quality of sandalwood from East India, the extraction is performed using trees over 60 years old, which means that the essence is extremely rare.