Floris No. 89 Eau de Toilette

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  • A classic eau de toilette that combines the scent of lemons, lavender and neroli, crafted by the oldest English manufacturer of fragrance and men's cosmetics Floris of London based on the famous Jermyn Street. Throughout its 300-year long history, this family-run company managed to put together a list of honours and influential fans - with Elizabeth II. leading the way by awarding it her only Royal Warrant for perfumes, turning Floris into a truly royal brand.

    No. 89, which owes its name to the address of the Jermyn Street Floris store, is an eau de toilette with an average strength and above-standard longevity created all the way back in 1951 - at 89 Jermyn Street of course.

    • Head: bergamot, lavender, neroli, nutmeg, oranger, petitgrain
    • Heart: geranium, rose, ylang ylang
    • Base: cedarwood, musk, moss, sandalwood, vetiver

    Volume: 50 / 100 ml

    Made in England

    We also offer a 1.2 ml sample so that you can try this eau de toilette out at home.

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  • Alcohol denat., Aqua (water), Parfum (fragrance), Limonene, Diisopropyl adipate, Benzophenone-1, Linalool, Geraniol, Coumarin, Citronellol, Evernia furfuracea extract, Benzyl benzoate, Citral, Benzyl alcohol, Benzyl salicylate, Eugenol, Isoeugenol, Hydroxycitronellal, Farnesol, Amyl cinnamal.

  • Jermyn Street has given the world a fair share of notable brands of premium cosmetics and Floris of London is most certainly one of them. It was founded all the way back in 1730, which makes it the oldest English retailer of fragrance and cosmetics. It has had many influential fans - with Winston Churchill, Marylin Monroe, Ian Fleming and Princess Diana leading the way. 

    Floris has remained a family business until the present day, as of now it is run by the 8th and 9th generation. It has held the only Royal Warrant of a perfume supplier to the court, granted in 1971 by Elizabeth II. herself.



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