The Original - 150 ML

1500 DKK


Eight And Bob

The Original - 150 ML

The original perfume from French fragrance house Eight & Bob comes in an authentic packaging: hidden 'inside a book', like it would have been during the Second World War. Created by Albert Fouquet, this sophisticated Eau de Parfum fragrance is both classic and contemporary at the same time. Spicy top notes of pink pepper combined with cardamom and refreshed with the hint of citrus promote a modern scent. Heart notes of Labdanum add sweet, fruity, woody aromas from twentieth-century Paris. Undertones of amber and sandalwood accentuate the warmth of this classic fragrance.

150 ML

Top: Cardamom, Lemon, Pink Pepper
Heart: Dry wood, Labdanum, Violet leaves
Base: Amber, Sandalwood, Vetiver

Eight & Bob is a French fragrance house that has created exclusive and versatile perfumes for men and women since the beginning of the 20th century. Their best-selling fragrance “The Original” reflects the rich historical value of the brand, with a bottle hidden inside a book - just as it would have been during WWII. Eight & Bob’s perfumes were revolutionary in their time, and have become a timeless classic.


A mythical story about the founder Albert Fouquet precedes the establishment of the brand, which tells of a young John F. Kennedy who was captivated by Fouquet’s personal scents. One summer night back in 1937, the two are said to have met on the French Riviera, where Kennedy charmed himself to be given a fragrance test with the words “In this bottle you will find the touch of French glamor that your American personality lacks” - this was the start of Eight & Bob’s distinct success in the USA among stars and influential people. 


Their limited production makes a perfume from Eight & Bob an exclusive and luxurious scent to own - and makes an ideal gift for someone you care about. Dive into our selection of Eight & Bob perfumes for men and women and find favorites such as The Original, Cap D’Antibes or the tropical Mémoires de Mustique.

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