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Tam Dao by Diptyque is a Floral Woody Musk fragrance for women and men. Tam Dao was launched in 2003. Top notes are rose, myrtle and italian cypress; middle notes are sandalwood and cedar; base notes are spices, amber, white musk and brazilian rosewood.
Goa sandalwood, rosewood, cypress, ambergris
License Info: Diptyque Tam Dao sample is a hand decanted sample from the original licensed design house fragrance. This item is not a licensed design house product. The customer will receive the original fragrance hand poured into a sterile vial. Scent Split is not affiliated with, endorsed, sponsored or supported by the design house in any manner. Scent Split is not in any way affiliated with Diptyque. All perfume samples and decants are hand decanted into glass sprayable atomizers for 2ml, 5ml, 9ml and 30ml bottles and glass dabber vials into 1ml samples from the original fragrances by the original brands and sent to you carefully so that you can enjoy small quantities of fragrances you've been wanting to try and weren’t otherwise able to.
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Scent split is amazing, although the bottles are pretty small. Loved Tam Dao, and will be purchasing a bottle of it.
I'm a Tam Dao devotee and much prefer the EDT to the EDP. I realize this is a contentious topic in the perfume world, which is just a world I'm oddly experiencing as a broke outsider. Tam Dao is simple, soft, warm, and beautiful. I don't understand the comparisons to Santal 33 at all... Santal 33 is all Palo Santo (I'm sorry.. "secret ingredient") ...I mean, burn a stick of Palo Santo and you have Santal 33. If you know anyone who works with the wood spiritually you likely also feel like Santal 33 is a single-note Palo Santo oil. Tam Dao, on the other hand, is soft sandalwood, cedar, and the warmest, most velvety bed of baby herbs. It lacks the gingery sharpness of the EDP version, which is why I prefer it. I'm endlessly confused by the people who list their experiences as the opposite about the EDT vs the EDP. EDT is the cozy one! And for some reason it lasts longer on me than the EDP. True story.
Saw it on a list of scents similar to santal 33 -- I like cedar and sandalwood -- but this was too strong and cologney to even wear once
All “great” fragrances aren’t for everybody. I realize that. Many people have different tastes, etc.. I would however at least try 1697. It is a well blended, quality fragrance that will get compliments. It is not the stuff you find at Macy’s that everyone else is wearing. 1697 exudes sophistication although I would not call it a fomal scent. A scent that can be worn for many occasions.
a great clean sandlewood........wish it lasted somewhat longer