TAM DAO by Diptyque is a unisex "Eau de Toilette" that is included in the Floral Woody family, launched in 2003 by the Parisian firm.
With this fragrance Yves Coueslant returns to his childhood lived in Indochina. A clear tribute to the mountains and hills covered by sacred forests, to the elephants carrying logs, to the humidity of the environment and to the spicy and spicy touches of their culinary culture.
A memory embodied in a fragrance that when perched on the skin transports us to those parts, impregnating us with well-being, a feeling of freedom and melancholy to return to those years.
WHAT DOES IT SMELL LIKE? . Its trail features sandalwood as the main element, extracted only from trees over 60 years old to maintain its purity and intensity. Around it, subtly more refreshing notes such as cypress, rose and myrtle dance.
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.