Wonderwood (2010)
    by Comme des Garçons

    • Launched: 2010
    • Type: Shared / Unisex / Unspecified
    • Availability: In Production
    • Perfumer: Antoine Lie
    • Bottle Designer: Unknown - Let us know

    Wonderwood Fragrance Notes

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    50ml EdP
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    (*converted from GBP 60.00)

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    Kain's avatar
    Iran Iran

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    This is a wonderful fragrance.
    The opening of this fragrance is a smoky and woody smell mixed with vetiver note.
    It's a very natural and beautiful combo.
    This opening remind me of "Lalique Encre Noir" in many ways.
    While "Ecre Noir" is a very quality fragrance, this one is even better! the quality is very good.
    In the dry down the smoky aroma settled down and now you can smell a very light and natural woody scent with slightly sweetness and smokiness in the background. some spicy notes trying to show their faces but they are completely in the background.
    The woodsy note is mostly sandalwood.
    The cedar and oud notes are much weaker and you can barely smell them.
    Longevity is OK but projection isn't that great!
    A great natural and quality fragrance.
    There is nothing so unique and special about it but because of great quality and also woods which are my favorite note in fragrances, it's a thumbs up for me.

    27 February, 2014

    rum's avatar
    Greece Greece

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    I have seen the rave reviews about this one and was fortunate enough to try it recently. This is a fragrance that should not be judged by its opening but left to dry down completely and be tried out from head to toe.
    The opening is quite strange. I can't pinpoint every note there, but I definitely get the pepper and some 'saw dust' note that reminds me of another well known scent. I didn't like the opening very much as something was a bit harsh for me. But I definitely did a double take once this started to dry down!! Wooded harmony with soft, gentle sandalwood and no doubt vetiver and perhaps oakmoss. A true indication of what a 'fragrance pyramid' is, I sincerely recommend this.
    Definitely a masculine scent, but good enough for the office or a night out.

    09 January, 2014

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    Shifty Bat
    United States United States

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    Wonderwood shares some strong similarities with Ikon by Zirh, Fever by Celine, Gucci Pour Homme, and Dirty English, all of which I own already so it seems redundant to have but it's just superbly blended and these scents just plain work on my arid skin. The comparisons to Encre Noire are true as well, but it doesn't sting my nose in the initial stage the way Noire does. The price tag is a bit much compared to the aforementioned, but if cedar, smoke, and spice is your thing, either Wonderwood or Gucci will certainly scratch your itch.

    25 December, 2013

    foetidus's avatar
    United States United States

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    Is cedar the Wonderwood?

    Excellent pepper note dominates the opening accord… and already there’s a smoky, incensey, wood background to the opening pepper and somewhat recessive bergamot. Dominant among the wood is cedar, but there are hints of oudh and sandalwood in the recesses. I would have preferred a stronger oudh and sandalwood and not so much cedar, but I guess cedar is cheaper. The pyramid lists caraway and vetiver, but they escape me… apparently they are overwhelmed by the potent cedarwood, as am I. After the opening, Wonderwood continues as a deep, rich, resinous no-holds-barred wood scent, accented with spices and incense, that has good projection and longevity. Nice, but much safer than CdG usually plays their cards.

    As a sucker for this kind of wood scent, I approve of its strongly resinous notes, and I do enjoy "cedar" but it seems to be a primary and inevitable element in oh-so-many wood fragrances that have come out in recent years… Enough, already with the cedar – it simply doesn’t have to be the dominant wood in every wood fragrance costing less than $200. So what am I saying? I guess I’m saying that, of course I enjoy Wonderwood; but there are several of designer and niche scents that are based on about the same concept and are as good as or better.

    Pros: Deep, resinous, wood scent, dominated by cedar (of course).
    Cons: Wish the guaiac and sandalwood would be better represented."

    24 September, 2013

    RichNTacoma's avatar
    United States United States

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    Nice woody fragrance

    I like this one. It does remind me a bit of Tam Dao meets Encre Noire (not my description, borrowed from a post). It starts off quickly with a citrus note that fades quickly into a wood that seems like sandalwood plus; clearly more than one wood note here. A nice scent, nothing awe inspiring, but very solid.

    24 September, 2013

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    Jack Hunter
    United Kingdom United Kingdom

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    Wonderful Woody Fragrance.

    Intense woods with a fresh oud as the backdrop with pepper and cypress coming into play to support the woods. Along the way you have a host of other notes making a string of cameo appearance's.

    This is a very good woody masculine scent that would make a worthy purchase. I like it.

    05 August, 2013

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