As a child, Yves Coueslant, one of diptyque’s founders, spent his summers in Do Son, in Along Bay. The sea breeze carried with it the heady, spicy scent of tuberoses. Do Son has the delicateness and persistence of a memory from a childhood in Indochina - a memory of flowers in all their sensual delight.
Top notes are african orange flower, rose and iris;
middle notes are tuberose and pink pepper;
base notes are benzoin and musk.