Rocabar by Hermes, A scent just as head-turning as its packaging, Rocabar is complex but not complicated, and has been along for the ride since 1998. Keeping things breezy with top notes of juniper, bergamot, lemon, cedar needles, and coriander, this cologne immediately draws attention.
Its earthy appeal is certainly hard to resist, as middle notes of Virginia and Atlas cedar wood, carnation, and Italian cypress wood give this scent both a foreign and familiar appeal. Finishing notes of vanilla, oak moss, and patchouli keep it woodsy and centered.
Founded in 1837, Hermes is a French luxury goods house that knows what it's doing when it comes to creating blissful and timeless scents. Its original roots as an equestrian accessories company reflect a long history of power and elegance. Also focusing on scarves, handbags and other fashion must-haves, the brand released its first perfume, Eau d'Hermes, in 1951. A decade later, the company had a solid foot in the perfume business, with its own women's fragrance and many, many more to come.