From the House of Creed comes Windsor, launched in 2009. First exclusively produced in 1936 for King Edward VIII, from ingredients grown in the British Empire, of which Edward ruled prior to his abdication to marry Wallis Simpson.
Its top note is British gin, with Jamaican lime and a touch of Scottish highland pine. “Duke of Windsor” roses—the fragrant Nuits de Young variety he preferred in his garden—provide the middle note. The base note is Bahamian orange, cedar from Canada plus a dab of Australian eucalyptus.
Produced using the highest quality oils by master perfumer, John Harding, this ressemble of the eau de cologne presents these features:
- PurePure natural oils
- No alcohol
- Proven to last longer on your skin