Jermyn Street by Floris LondonEqually liked by both men and women. Drawing on notes of gin with a splash of lemon, an initial burst of citrus and green notes have been blended with the theme of vetiver. The vetiver runs through the fragrance from its introduction to the base and is supported in the heart, accompanied by juniper with a contemporary twist of coriander, a subtle complement in gin creation. The fragrance also draws inspiration from the London plane trees which proudly still stand in front of the shop today, and the fresh scent of fine crisp cotton found within the renowned shirtmakers residing in the iconic location named after Henry Jermyn in 1664. Kindly scroll down and click on image or link for more details about Jermyn Street Eau de Parfum. Fragrance Notes of Jermyn Street Eau de Parfum - Equally liked by both Men and Women
Top Notes: Bergamot, Mandarin, Green Vetiver, Violet
Heart Notes: Coriander, Vetiver, Armoise, Juniper Berry
Base Notes: Amber, Cedarwood, Musk, VetiverAbout Jermyn Street in the St James’s area of London:
Jermyn Street in 1730 was a fashionable world of enterprise, excitement and migration that brought with it knowledge and opportunity. From our shop on Jermyn Street in St James’s, Edward Bodenham was reminded of his childhood when a delivery of fragrance was dropped and spilt outside the Floris doorway, and for days the street outside was filled with the scent of perfume essence.
On his first visits to the shop as a child, fragrance was still created in the ‘mine’ beneath, perfuming the street with a continuous blend of the scents being poured below, and therefore the ‘Jermyn Street’ Eau de Parfum was born out of the desire to celebrate our home at No 89.
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