L'Ombre dans l'Eau.
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My one and only Diptyque: 34 Boulevard St Germain
Vetyverio piques my interest.
Tom Dao and Philosykos - Emerge as winners / Will be getting both.
Of the few I've tried, Tam Dao.
Do Son has been on my wishlist for a while. However, I was in the Dyptique shop in San Francisco and smelled Philosykos! Fig Fig FIG! Plus, now, make sure that whomever you get Diptyque from has the new, beautiful ROUNDED bottles!
My Top 5!!!
1. 1740: Marquis de Sade, Histoires de Parfums
2. 1899: Ernest Hemingway, Histoires de Parfums
3. Tirrenico, Profumi del Forte
4. 1969, Histoires de Parfums
5. Derby, Guerlain
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"It's alright to flirt with the idea of giving up, so long as you don't." --Me
Another for tam dao, only smelt it once but loved it.
The only one I've liked enough to buy: L'Ombre Dans L'Eau.
hmmm, tough call, but I'd say Philosykos, even though longevity sucks. Otherwise L'Ombre Dans L'Eau is excellent IMO.
Tom Ford Splits:Noir de Noir, Neroli Portofino, Lavender Palm, Plum Japonais, Champacca Absolute, Tobacco Vanille ONE LEFT: Italian Cypress, Patchouli Absolu, Amber Absolute, Tuscan Leather, Oud Wood
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L'Autre would be the one I'd pick.
Current Top Five:
1. Bois des Iles--Chanel
2. George Sand--Maitre Parfumeur et Gantier
3. L'Ame Soeur--Divine
4. Violet Blonde--Tom Ford
5. Santal Blush--Tom Ford
Philosykos- a whole fig tree in a small bottle! doesnt last long though
May be the new packaging/juice they are putting out will who knows
My favorite of the several I've tried is L'Ombre Dans L'Eau - but then I love the overgrown walled rose garden feel accentuated by the smell of freshly crushed and prickly tomato leaves.
34 Boulevard St Germain gets a thumbs up as well...especially the dry down. As mentioned by others mildly chaotic at first as it cycles through the Diptyque gallery of scents, but the end is sublime...a romantic symphony concluding with a contented deep sigh and expectation of further pleasures.
A great and under-rated house with reasonable pricing.
After seeing this thread I realized I had a small spray sample of Eau Duelle and pulled the cap noticing there was a little of the juice on the sprayer. Barely any to be honest but I rubbed it on my wrists and was reminded how incredible this scent is. I'm not sure I could pull it off but this would smell amazing on a woman and any that would be wearing this would have me spellbound.
I haven't had a chance to sample any of the others from this house but if their compositions are anything like ED I suspect I would like at least a few of them.
I'm a sucker for Tam Dao
Current obsession...Invasion Barbare
L'Ombre Dans L'Eau, though Eau Lente and Philosykos would run it close.
L'Ombre dans l'Eau, Philosykos, and the Neroli cologne are all great but I'm going to be the odd man out and go with Eau de Lierre. Poor thing gets no love, but I find it quite nice and although it is a leafy-green fragrance it has insane longevity for me.
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philosykos. I have liked them all, but found the others less compelling (ie i have forgotten what they smell like)
For me, its Eau Duelle and or Tom Dao - very refined, beautiful.