Albert Fouquet created and perfected various essences for his own personal use, aided by Philippe, the family butler.
At social events he would surprise everyone with an exquisite fragrance that became increasingly in demand within the social circle he frequented.
One night, on vacation, he met and got on very well with a young American student: John F.K. Within minutes JFK was captivated by the essence that Albert wore. Albert left a sample of his cologne at the hotel the following morning.
On return of his vacation, Albert received a letter from John, thanking him for his gesture and informing him of the success his perfume was enjoying among his friends. He requested that Albert send him eight samples, and if your productions allows it, one for Bob.
He didn´t fill the order until Philippe found some beautiful glass bottles suitable for his cologne. Finally he ordered several boxes decorated with the same pattern JFK wore, and then labeled the bottles and boxes with john´s amusing request: Eight & Bob.
Albert started receiving letters from America with requests. Everyone wanted the Eight & Bob cologne.
When Albert died, in an automobile accident, in 1939, Philippe carried on handling the orders, but only for a few months as the start of Wor
Top Notes: Ginger - Cardamom - Lemon - Bergamot
Heart Notes: Cedar - Guaiacum Wood - Labdanum - Hazelnut
Base Notes: Patchouli - Sandalwood - Grey Amber - Vanilla