In the Tomadao eau de toilette, the sacred wood's velvety, milky fragrance is illuminated by the freshness of rosewood, underpinned by the dry finesse of Texan cedar. Meanwhile the Diptyque Tamadao eau de parfum offers a more sensual interpretation, faceted in the top notes by the citrus and spicy effects of a sweet lime, coriander and ginger accord, revealing the depth of woody and amber notes. Sandalwood par excellence.
When celebrities travel to Paris, they flock to the Left Bank to stock up on Diptyque candles. Diptyque produced its first handmade candles in 1963, infusing them with fresh botanical scents. Today, they're widely acknowledged to be one of the world's finest candles.