The Bermuda Perfumery
Housed in historic Stewart Hall—an 18th-century St. George’s cottage with stone walls and exposed cedar beams—the Bermuda Perfumery has been making perfume, cologne, and eau de toilette using the scents of the island’s flowers and citrus trees since 1928. With the opening of a new boutique in Hamilton, the perfumery now has two locations. Ladies should try Lily, with its lush floral bouquet, while gentlemen should sample 64° W, a woody cologne with hints of Bermuda cedar. Prefer to share? Then pickup Marie Celeste, a citrusy unisex fragrance that’s modeled after a perfume that was found in the hull of a Civil War-era shipwreck.