Once one run by the Danish royal family, Royal Copenhagen was established in 1775 as a fine porcelain manufacturer. Dedicated to handcrafted, traditional techniques, the company has flourished for centuries and lends the same dedication to its line of fragrances.
The brand’s namesake cologne, Royal Copenhagen (1970), is a timeless scent that has an enduring aroma that makes it a must-have scent any time of the year. Complex yet balanced, it has a fresh, fruity opening that ushers in a floral and woody heart. Its warm and seductive base includes amber, tobacco, honey and tonka bean.
Royal Copenhagen Musk (1974) is a lively and fresh cologne that has irresistible musky and herbal undertones. A sprinkling of jasmine, neroli, lavender and lily of the valley gives it a delicate and seductive aura. Giving a nod to its origins, 1775 Classic (2014) is a bold and refreshing aroma with a composition that includes bergamot, lime, mandarin orange, sage, rosemary, lavender, cypress and musk. This fragrance exudes refinement and luxury while still being a scent for everyday wear.