Diptyque Insolite

I have been lusting over a Diptyque candle for a few years now but after smelling every candle numerous times there was never one that blew me away however I really am in love with the Insolite candle.

The reason I had never spotted this beauty before is because it is exclusive to Liberty’s in London. I love the box it comes in too, clearly Liberty’s inspired. The candle it’s self is a mixture of warm and cold spices, petals, zests, peels and leaves (I clearly stole that of the Liberty’s website- I’m not even sure what that all means.) I’m pretty awful at describing scents but it’s sweet/spic and just what I have been looking for

The glass jar is beautiful as they are with every Diptyque candle and I think it’s the perfect scent for both Autumn/Winter and Spring. Diptyque candles make such a beautiful luxurious gift too and this one is available for £45 from Liberty.

Which is your favourite Diptyque candle scent?


  1. 16th February 2015 / 10:10 pm

    On the weekend, I brought my first ever Diptyque candle. I settled on Rosafolia (which is limited edition) and it's a lovely scent. Really fills the room up and I haven't even taken it out of the box yet! x


  2. 17th February 2015 / 12:52 pm

    I love Insolite too – bought it at Christmas and it is actually a perfect festive scent, now I am not so sure I like it the rest of the year! 🙁 Somehow just doesn't work quite as well without my Christmas tree in the background. Maybe I can pack it up with the decorations and get it out again next year! I love the box too!

  3. 17th February 2015 / 9:50 pm

    This sounds like a really interesting fragrance. I need to plan a trip to Space NK – I've been long-wanting to invest in a Diptyque candle but would like to have a good sniff of a few first 🙂 xx

    Magpie Jasmine

  4. 17th February 2015 / 9:51 pm

    I'm Diptyque obsessed , my favourite scent is the Figuier ones mmm
    That Liberty packaging is stunning though, I'd just end up putting the box on my mantlepiece not the candle.
    Betty x
    The Betty Stamp

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