The son of a Parisian aristocrat, Albert Fouquet was part of the elite French society of the early twentieth century and a perfume connoisseur. While vacationing in the French Riviera, Albert Fouquet met John F. Kennedy who enjoyed learning of his expertise in crafting fine fragrance. Kennedy was particularly impressed with one scent crafted and gifted to Kennedy by Fouquet.
So impressed by the gift Kennedy requested another order of eight bottles, plus one for his brother Robert. The tale tells of the history and uprising of Eight & Bob and how it gained its name. Eight bottles plus one for Bob. Men are invited to discover the fragrance that captured Kennedy's senses. The main note of Eight & Bob is a closely-held secret. The fragrance is based on a rare aromatic plant from Chile. Notes of wood, amber, fresh spice, balsamic and warm spices transcend from the scent.
Now, after more than 70 years in dormancy, this fragrance has been completely recovered. This fragrance is as alive as ever and continues to be a much sort after cologne for the world's most elegant and distinctive men.
Read the full history of this fragrance with the magnificent Eau de Toilette Spray encased inside the book of Eight & Bob. The Brummells of London Eight & Bob collection includes the famous Eau de Toilette, Aftershave Balm, Deodorant, Travel Sets and a Candle all scented with this signature fragrance.