Lime, Coriander, ginger, sandalwood, cedarwood, musc, vanilla, amber wood
Goa sandalwood, rosewood, cypress, ambergris
According to LuckyScent...and here's what they have to say about the difference.
"A familiar yet reinvented interpretation, with accentuated, enhanced major notes... the Eau de Parfum expresses itself with even more personality, audacity, intensity and tenacity. Here, with Tam Dao, the star ingredient, sandalwood from Mysore, is of exceptional quality. In the EDP version, Ginger, Tahiti lime, and the coconut accord emphasize the creamy smooth facet of Mysore sandalwood, resulting in a milky, woody creamy concoction."
I just got the EdP yesterday and have yet to test it aside from sniffing the nozzle which smelled wonderful. Also, it's been years since I've tried the EdT...I remember it smelling similar to CdG's Wonderwood and I never went as far as purchasing a full bottle. I remember the EdT being synthetic woods, sandalwood and cedar. I'll see how the EdP compares in a few days and get back here in my own words.