BYREDO Baudelaire

A poem from Bauldelaire's Les Fleurs du Mal inspired Byredo's perfumists to create the brand's latest fragrance, Baudelaire. They've been inspired by poetry once again...

Jeanne Duval was Bauldelaire's inspiration for this particular work. And now Byredo have created a fragrance, based on Baudelaire's sentiments, which evokes an island full of unique trees, fruits, energetic bodies and women with vibrant eyes. Pure poetry.

Jerome Epinette was responsible for the complicated process of turning the poem into a scent. The result is a dry, woody, spicy fragrance with sweet touches.

The perfume features notes of juniper, black pepper, leather and incense, with top notes of papyrus, black amber and patchouli.

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