Gold Cap Number Six by Caswell Massey Cologne.
Known for being a favored fragrance of the United States' first president, George Washington, Gold Cap Number Six cologne is a fresh, invigorating aroma with a strong citrusy overtone. A variety of green notes make up the base of the cologne, anchoring it with an herbal, earthy accord. Rosemary, African orange flower and narcissus make up the heart of the fragrance, incorporating a strong floral accord. Bergamot and other citrus fruits notes
complete the fragrance by brightening it with a juicy overtone.
Caswell Massey was America's original fragrance company. It was founded in 1752 by Dr. William Hunter. The company has released 54 scents for both men and women. Each individual aroma is designed to reflect the traditional values of the 18th century. The fragrances come encased in a traditional glass bottle reminiscent of the containers used centuries ago to store the scents in. The company continues to produce fragrances that are loyal to the brand.