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Byredo Gypsy Water

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Description

 Byredo Gypsy Water is a tribute to the Gypsy lifestyle.  Introduced in 2008, it has notes of juniper, lemon, bergamot, pepper, pine needles, incense, orris root, sandalwood, vanilla and amber.  A woody aromatic, there is an almost addictive quality to the smell of this, the musk, incense, sandalwood and vanilla have a comforting smell that feels like your best cashmere sweater.

Founded in 2006 in Sweden Byredo perfume's creator Ben Gorham (former basketball player) wanted to create perfumes of quality while keeping their production in Sweden.  Gorham had been fascinated with fragrance much of his life. When he meet Pierre Wulff, a perfumer, Byredo came into being.  Currently Gorham works with Olivia Giacobetti and Jerome Epinette to create his line of perfumes.

Byredo Gypsy Water Reviews

Now Smell This - "Within a few minutes, amber and sandalwood join the incense and soon swamp the rest of the composition. An hour later, the “water” part of Gypsy Water’s name becomes evident as the fragrance pulls up stakes and takes the caravan down the road. Until Gypsy Water vanishes, it has pleasant sillage and is gosh-darned likeable."

Fragrantica - "This smells like the forest, in those early morning hours when the leaves are still dewy. It's lovely. I particularly like to wear it during hot summer days, or when it's raining outside."

Fragrantica - "The scent itself is lemons and bergamots with a strong juniper on a lighter bed of vanilla and sandalwood. It has a bit of a coniferous feel too, like enjoying a light vanilla pastry with a glass of Earl Grey tea in a pine forest."

 

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Perfume Name Byredo Gypsy Water
Year Introduced 2008
Perfumer Unknown
Gender Unisex
Strength Eau de parfum, edp
Notes bergamot, lemon, pepper, juniper berries, incense, pine needles, orris, amber, vanilla and sandalwood
Country of Origin Sweden

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  • Denise Swan - 5th Oct 2021

    4
    Byredo Gypsy Water

    I've really been drawn to "woody" fragrances as of late. Probably the change of seasons. The description of this fragrance pretty much pushed all the buttons. I received my sample & I like the fragrance. However, there was something very familiar about it. I realized it smelled, at least to me, like Le Labo Santal 33, which at one time was my signature scent. Santal 33 is also a "woody aromatic" but I think a bit stronger, more "presence" than Gypsy Water. Gypsy Water is softer. But if you like that woody, incensy, what is that aroma kind of scent but thought Le Labo was "a bit much"" in terms of fragrance", certainly give this a try.

  • Patricia Salaby - 18th Dec 2020

    5
    Byredo Gypsy Water

    Thank you for your web sight.You had an ingenious idea, before buying a perfume you can sample it. This perfume is me!!This will be my signature scent. .

10 Reviews

  • Denise Swan - 5th Oct 2021

    4
    Byredo Gypsy Water

    I've really been drawn to "woody" fragrances as of late. Probably the change of seasons. The description of this fragrance pretty much pushed all the buttons. I received my sample & I like the fragrance. However, there was something very familiar about it. I realized it smelled, at least to me, like Le Labo Santal 33, which at one time was my signature scent. Santal 33 is also a "woody aromatic" but I think a bit stronger, more "presence" than Gypsy Water. Gypsy Water is softer. But if you like that woody, incensy, what is that aroma kind of scent but thought Le Labo was "a bit much"" in terms of fragrance", certainly give this a try.

  • Patricia Salaby - 18th Dec 2020

    5
    Byredo Gypsy Water

    Thank you for your web sight.You had an ingenious idea, before buying a perfume you can sample it. This perfume is me!!This will be my signature scent. .

  • Patricia Salaby - 18th Dec 2020

    5
    Byredo Gypsy Water

    Thank you for your web sight.You had an ingenious idea, before buying a perfume you can sample it. This perfume is me!!This will be my signature scent. .

  • Great scent - 7th Jul 2020

    5
    Nice

    Loved the scent. Disappointed in the size of the sample as it was difficult to get a true experience of the scent. I thought I had ordered a size that would give me an experience of the scent. I did like it but was unable to see how long lasting

  • Nina Maria Eidheim - 26th Aug 2016

    2
    Surprisingly not good

    I waited for this one with grat anticipation after having read so much about it. It is to be said that I lately have tried very many scents in the same nieche, maybe that's why I got so dissapointed. First of all, if that's possible to say, it smells cheap. The initial minutes are ok, then the smell get's cheaper and cheaper. Kind of hard, definately not a symphony such a prizy perfume ought to display. As time passes, it gets more and more boring. Sorry, but if I was a gypsy, I would be offended.

  • Jen - 3rd Jan 2016

    5
    Favorite scent ever!

    I tried Gypsy Water and fell in live with it! At first it wasn't what I'd expected, and thought it almost smelled like a delicious scent for men, (not realizing it is indeed considered to be a unisex scent). But after a couple of seconds it softens just a touch, the magic begins and all the many notes start to surface and reveal themselves! It is woodsy, spicy, amber and vanilla notes, I notice most, along with a subtle sandlewood... It's so unique, lovely, and complex. I just can't get enough of it, and my husband, who hates most perfumes, really loves it on me! It's not overpowering, never too sweet. Simply divine! My only complaint is that it isn't terribly long lasting. I find it fades within a couple of hours. Still, I absolutely recommend trying this one for yourself! I started wih the smallest sample vial, but soon came back and ordered the roll-on, which I prefer for controlling the amount I apply. Try it!!!

  • Tisha S. - 17th Apr 2015

    2
    I wanted to fall in love bit didn't !

    I really wanted to like this one, but it just didn't work for me. It didn't blend well with my chemistry.

  • Jen - 13th Jan 2014

    5
    SO delicious!

    I'd read about this scent, and wanted to try it out, as I'm seldom impressed with new perfumes. But WOW... I'm TOTALLY in love with it! (So is my husband!) It has a wonderful slightly spicy sandalwood/vanilla fragrance that is absolutely delicious, without being too overpowering or "sweet".

  • Anne M. - 5th Jun 2012

    4
    Love this, and so does my man!

    Iread about this scent in House Beautiful and had to check it out. Goes on woodsy and fresh at the same time with a lingering musky sexiness that my boyfriend appreciates. Would definitely recommend this!

  • Collar Wilson - 25th Apr 2012

    3
    Not Really For Me

    I purchased this fragrance because I wanted to know what all the fuss was about with the Byredo line. This is the one I had heard the most about. I just doesn't suit me. Maybe it is a little too complicated for me. Maybe I'll try the others in the line.

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