A stirring, spicy freshness. L`Eau de L`Eau eau de toilette by Diptyque evokes the transparency of L`Eau, the first of Diptyque`s fragrant waters, created in 1968.
An iconic fragrance that helped to established Diptyque as the purveyors of a simple, certain, and perfect magic in fragrance, this radiant edition of the 1968 classic still turns heads--even half a decade later.
L’eau de L’eau is a splash of light that transforms before our very eyes. Green mandarin is its singular, sensational self supplying a searing jolt of citrus that is deeply illuminating. As mandarin’s confident streak of light falls onto skin it gives rise to a graceful progression of sharp, delicious spice.
Cinnamon slowly emerges, its woodsy warmth unfurling like sienna red plumes of smoke that curl sensuously across skin. Beneath this spice, there is something indubitably soft--besides our scent-blessed epidermis. Perhaps a white floral or a touch of rose graces the heart of L’eau de L’eau, but it’s hard to say for certain; this invisible floral presence clearly exists simply to allow the spice, citrus, and resin of this scent sparkle.
Ginger enlivens cinnamon’s langorous progression, making L’Eau jump and leap over our flesh, like goosebumps brought on by joy. Benzoin consolidates and calms, its sweet shimmer complementing both spice and rhizome equally.
A sheer, timeless signature L’Eau de L’Eau proves Diptyque have had it right since day one.
(green mandarin, cinnamon, ginger, benzoin)