Byredo Pulp is a fruity, floral fragrance that focuses on the idea of a ripe, sweet, shapeless mass of fruit; an unruly and intense savor. It features top notes of bergamot, cardamom and blackcurrant; middle notes of fig, red apple and tiare; and base notes of cedarwood, praline and peach flower. Pulp is an eau de parfum, edp.
Fragrantica: "Joy in a bottle.
Starts off green with subtle woods.
And then becomes fruitalicious with black currant, apple and fig.
(I get a subtle pineapple vibe also)
The dry down is still fruity, but I get a subtle sweetness and some coconut."
Fragrantica: "Very unusual and unique smell. Starts with a refreshing blast of orange pulp scent, afterwards quickly other fruits come in. For me it smells like a super delicious tropical smoothie made of ripe fruit, little bit creamy, with a hint of spiceness to it. This has summer written all over it. Fun, joyful, modern."
parfumo: "...slightly boozy, yet creamy/sweet floral-fruity Spring fragrance, with a brief spicy green-fruity opening..."
basenotes: "I really like this aggressively fruity, heady fragrance. It somehow manages this intense fruitiness without being too sweet, rather erring towards earthiness."