Originally Posted by DreamerII
it's strange to me that nobody writes about the other dyptique scents - just half of them are "on the discourse"
I can offer my thoughts about a few of the other Diptyque scents.
OFRÉSIA was created by Olivia Giacobetti, the same nose who created Philosykos. The freesia note is a white peppery flower on a woody base. In my opinion, this is a fine example of a white floral that is absolutely not too feminine. It is a cheerful, mentally uplifting fragrance, and it is very long-lasting.
L'EAU is a fragrance that reminds me of Christmas pot pourri, with notes of cinnamon, sandalwood, geranium, rose, and cloves. L'EAU is the first fragrance that was created by Diptyque. L'EAU has very good longevity, and its rose note is expecially attractive. If I had any L'EAU in my possession, I would put it on right now, because I have a craving for it.
OYÉDO is certainly one of the longest lasting citrus fragrances available anywhere. My impression when I wear this fragrance is that I am wearing hard sweet citrus candy. This is a fragrance with a sense of humor, and it is really a blast to wear every once in a while.
EAU D'ÉLIDE has a very unusual and beautiful accord of wild lavender, bitter orange, and musk. Is there any other fragrance that combines lavender, bitter orange, and musk? This fragrance is so attractive that I sometimes cant stop myself from repeatedly sniffing it on my arm.