Discover the No.007 Eau de Parfum, created in partnership with Floris perfumers of St. James's. The unisex scent is distilled from 60 years of Bond on film and weaves together an aromatic story of juniper berry, Italian bergamot, red carnation, amber rum and Scottish oakmoss. Wear it as an aftershave or fragrance.
Scent description. No.007 is a rich, multifaceted scent, with a warm depth and an air of style and sophistication, whilst exuding a sense of insouciance and excitement. The scent opens with the exhilarating note of juniper, a fragrant nod to the infamous Vesper Martini. Refreshing bursts of uplifting bergamot, lemon and sweet orange draw on the Italian scenes in films including From Russia With Love and Casino Royale. These uplifting top notes are balanced with the delicate addition of smooth rose, the national flower of England, pairing perfectly with dry, woody, tones.
A hint of smoky dianthus carnation reflects the elegant ambience of the St. James's members clubs frequented by Ian Fleming, woven in as a part of Bond’s life within his novels and subsequent films. 007 wears a red carnation on screen in the button hole of his white dinner jacket in Goldfinger and later in Spectre.
Warm, glowing amber notes bring a rum-like dash of Jamaica into the mix, a reoccurring backdrop for Bond - from Dr. No to No Time to Die. The subtly spicy facet of oakmoss and comforting musks adds a rich intensity and earthy warmth to the scent, inspired by 007's family home Skyfall in Scotland.
Details. A 100ml eau de parfum in Floris' signature bottle with a gold cap and anniversary label featuring a Dr. No inspired dot design. The bottle comes with a commemorative booklet within a special presentation case.
About the makers. Floris have been purveyors of the finest perfumes and toiletries to the Court of St James's since 1730. The company was founded in London and holds Royal Warrants from HM The Queen and HRH Prince Charles. James Bond creator IanFleming grew up with Floris scents and was a loyal customer for many years, making references to the company in several of his 007 novels.