- Jan 14, 2010
Diptyque fragrance aren't known for their great projection/sillage as far as I know.
True. I think they claim to use all natural ingredients, but I'm not sure if that's true or not. However, in my opinion, they do tend to release very 'realistic' fragrances that seem quite true to their note lists. So far, I've tried:
L'Ombre dans L'Eau EDT (4/5)
Philosykos EDT (2/5)
Tam Dao EDT (4/5)
Do Son EDP (1/5)
Eau de Lierre (1/5)
Eau Duelle EDT (4/5)
Oud Palao (4.5/5)
Oud Palao was the only real exception. From 2 sprays, it lasted the full day/night on me, with near apocalyptic projection. The sillage was more reasonable though.
Diptyque has been a real hit or miss house for me so far. I was/am hoping that Tam Dao EDP would be the first 5/5 from them. At around £80 for 100ml (discounted), the price would be reasonable for a killer sandalwood fragrance. Certainly much cheaper than Sacred Wood or Egoiste Cologne Concentree at least.