Diptyque, an example of French luxury travelling across the ocean

There are some really recognizable, and world known French perfume brands. 
There is a person in France, known as a “ nez” ( literally a nose). They truly have a very heightened sense of smell.
The French brand Dyptique has exceptionally fragrant candles , which can scent an entire room. 
These candles are a little bit expensive, but they absolutely worth it. It’s a well known fact that Dyptique candles are a luxurious , handmade, natural , and beautifully packaged item . 

At Dyptique, there are numerous fragrances.
Some of the most popular are …
Baies, Figuier,  Feu de Bois,  Tuberuese, and Rose. 
The Baies candle is a great first Dyptique experience. 
The candles are available at Nordstrom, Amazon, and at the Dyptique store in San Francisco.   ( 73 Geary Street  94108 San Francisco  415 402 0600)

The candle will burn between 20-120 hours  depending on the size.
A lot of thought goes into choosing the appropriate candle for the space, time of year, and festivity. For example , where will it be burning?  Is it fall or spring? Is it for a birthday? 
As with alot of French brands, there is an enormous amount of history behind them.  
The Dyptique Maison started in the early 60’s in Saint-Germain, Paris. All the candles are made by hand.  The San Francisco store stocks irresistibly fragrant  scents for the home, perfumed creams for the body, and of course candles.  They are always luring customers with new and exciting collections. Currently, they have a ‘cities’ collection .
Candles bear the names of cities like Paris, Tokyo, London, New York, Beverly Hills, Hong Kong, Berlin and more. 

Treat yourself to the luxury of Dyptique. 

- Carla D.

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