That was sort of my point. Romani is probably a more acceptable phrase. That word on the bottle is interesting. In Romania the word Tsigani, is used as a self-descriptor (as in the song Trec Tsigani trec), but may be unacceptable coming from outside the culture, much like the use of the "N" word by black rap musicians. But the image of the travelling Romani is probably inaccurate anyway. Most are settled. In the UK the "gypsy" is also a traveller, and its dubious many of these are actually Romani. So, in the interests of ambiguity, here is what looks an at least a partially Romani ensemble singing the song Trec Tsigani Trec. Sung in Romanian by what might be a Russian ensemble. Which maybe only demonstrates that a professional lautaurii ensemble will play for the audience what they think the audience thinks is "gypsy music". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ijlikEJYooA
In case you haven't guessed, I am 120 pages into writing a book about this style of music.