OYÉDO by Diptyque is a unisex “Eau de Toilette” that is included in the Citrus Aromatic family, launched in 2000 by the Parisian firm.
For the creation of this perfume, perfumers took inspiration in Japan, more specifically in Edo, an ancient imperial city. A place full of majestic gardens, with citrus aromas, bright and luminous. Sparkling and effervescent sparkles, charged with energy, well-being and optimism.
Thus, it will be enough to spray this perfume on our skin to start a spectacular journey to the east, get closer to its nature and delight in its culinary culture. A game of contrasts that runs through our being like a chill.
JAPANESE CULTURE . Its wake enhances the essence of Japan, an exceptional combination of citrus fruits like lime, mandarin and lemon, combined with impressive aromatic herbs such as thyme and yuzu.
NICHE PERFUMERY . We can include the creations of Diphtyque, within this group of fragrances. Niche perfumes are exclusive essences, which are often not available to everyone, even frequently created to suit whoever requests them. These are distinguished by betting on differentiating for their quality and avoiding any type of media advertising.
PARISIAN ELEGANCE . Its bottle perfectly reflects the sophistication of the French capital. Carved from fully transparent glass, it lets us glimpse its inner essence. On the front, we appreciate the signature emblem, and inside, a dance of letters forms the name of the perfume.