It is said that our sense of smell is our most powerful faculty for recalling memories. And, with its extraordinary catalogue of exquisite fragrances, Floris has stirred up some of the most evocative in history. The world’s oldest independent family-owned perfumer, Floris was founded in 1730 by Juan Famenias Floris and the family’s ninth generation now sits at its helm.
And, if you’re looking to secure a new signature fragrance that promises to stand the test of time, look no further than Floris’ iconic No.89 Eau de Toilette. A classic cologne, this fragrance has top notes of bergamot, nutmeg and lavender. Warmed with a touch of spicy nutmeg, the floral heart boasts a base of sandalwood, cedar wood and vetiver. Introduced in 1951, No. 89 takes its name from the number of the Floris shop in Jermyn Street, and its devoted followers include Ian Fleming, the creator of James Bond.
Gentleman’s Journal says…
“If it’s good enough for Winston Churchill and James Bond, then it’s good enough for us. There are very few brands that have a heritage like Floris’, and it is clear to see that several centuries of innovation have led to some of the best aftershaves and grooming products you can buy.”
Floris No. 89 Eau De Toilette
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