A grand, statuesque original
. A complicated, but not overtly floral bouquet. The hyacinth and bergamot together with the jasmine are the most prominent flowers, altogether the fragrance projects grandeur. The Edwardian Bouquet woman has a penchant for the more expensive things in life. Sometimes her uncompromising demeanour is seen as haughty, but she is just holding her head high. Edwardian Bouquet was first introduced by Floris in 1901 as a celebration of the new era.Edwardian Bouquet by FLORIS London
Top Notes: Bergamot, Green, Hyacinth, Mandarin
Heart Notes: Jasmine, Rose, Ylang Ylang
Base Notes: Amber, Musk, Oakmoss, Patchouli, Powdery Notes, Sandalwood
The Floris customer through the yearsSince opening in 1730, Floris has provided fragrance, fine toiletries and accessories to an incredibly loyal customer base. The Floris archives hold reams of treasured letters from customers detailing their preferences and their thanks,
Florence Nightingale: 25th July 1863 - thanking Mr.Floris for his 'sweet-smelling nosegay' and giving news of the Army's sickness record in India.
Mary Shelley, who whilst abroad sent friends clear instructions on where to purchase her favorite combs: Floris.
Beau Brummell, the dandy of his day in the early 19th century, would discuss his current fragrances at length with Mr.Floris.
Floris is even a fictional character's choice! Ian Fleming's James Bond always wore Floris No.89. Also, Al Pacino's character in Scent of a Woman famously declared he knew the woman in his 'sights' (sic) was wearing a Floris fragrance. Floris London - Purveyors of The Finest Perfumes & Toiletries to the Court of St James' Since the Year 1730