Housed in a 1730’s stone cottage called Stewart Hall, this historic perfumery creates perfumes and colognes inspired by Bermuda botanicals. Originally opened in 1928, the perfumery’s signature perfume is Lily, which has a lush, floral bouquet modeled after the island’s Easter lilies. Owner and master perfumer Isabelle Ramsay-Brackstone also frequently creates new scents, all of which evoke Bermuda. Men should try 64°W, a nod to Bermuda’s longitude with notes of grapefruit and cedar. A popular unisex fragrance is Fresh Water, a bright. citrusy cologne with rosemary, neroli and clementine. The shop provides an informative tour on how its perfumes are made.