About Diptyque: Diptyque is an upscale fragrance company that has been producing candles, personal care items & perfumes since 1961. Over the past 50 years, their scented candles have become legendary, feauted in many magazines & television programs. They’ve also been used in some of the best spas around the world.
Official Diptyque Scent Description: A Diptyque classic, the Diptyque Baies (Berries & Bulgarian Roses) Candle is a luscious blend of black-currant leaves and Bulgarian roses. The rose gives it an imposing presence that is ideally balanced by the cool note of black currant leaves.
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What Others are Saying about the Diptyque Baies Candle
“It fills up the room with a gorgeous fruity and florar scent of blackcurrant and Bulgarian rose. I think it’s the best candle I’ve ever had. Love it!” – Beautylovin.com (source)
“Baies is an incredibly feminine, beautiful scent. Blending floral and fruity notes it’s both gentle and soothing, and despite the combination often bringing a sickly sweet outcome the scent is anything but, filling the home with a fresh, luxurious aroma.” – BryonyLaura.com (read review)
– Featured Amazon.com Customer Reviewer
“These candles do cost a pretty penny, but they really do offer such a unique combination of fragrance and are quite long-lasting and potent. I always get compliments and inquiries into the candles when they are lit in my home. This candle is a great choice for spring & summer, as it’s a nice, mild rose & black currant scent. Often times people refer to it as a ‘starter’ scent from Diptyque. Plus when it burns down, you have a lovely little jar for your makeup brushes, pens or what have you!” – Amazon.com review
– Saks 5th Avenue Customer Reviewer
“One of my favorites. Diptyque highlights rose and black current as the main notes, which are there in abundance, but there’s also a distinct, sharp vegetal note of fresh tomato, like the smell of the actual vine which adds a fresh burst to this. It smells amazing and intoxicating.” – Saks 5th Avenue review