Diptyque fans, both diehard and ephemeral, are familiar with their oldest eau de toilette, L’Eau. But you may not be familiar with its lighter spinoff, the quirkily named L’Eau de L’Eau.
Technically, the name means “the water of the water,” but there’s nothing watery about this spicy, citrusy scent. Instead, it’s layered with warm cinnamon, ginger and benzoin, and cut down the middle by the freshness of green mandarin.
L’Eau de L’Eau sparkles in a way that spicy fragrances normally don’t, making it wearable year-round. It’s also an ideal warm-weather alternative for wearers of L’Eau, as well as those who’ve never heard of it.
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