Fragrances

At Providence Perfume Company we create all natural botanical perfumes.  Our fragrances are blended by hand in artisan batches from the finest plants, flowers, woods and resins available worldwide.  We invite you to sample our fine products and experience the essence of pure perfume, free from synthetic aromas and chemicals.  Real rose essence beckons, pure vanilla entices, lush jasmine intoxicates.
Bay Rum Cologne - Providence Perfume Co.
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Bay Rum Cologne

$68.00

A classic interpretation of Bay Rum with a twist!  With twenty-two distilleries in 1769, and a coastal spice route destination, Newport Rhode Island was once the rum capital of the world.  With a nod to heritage we proudly present our natural Bay Rum Cologne for men, made with locally distilled rum, fresh lime, allspice, bay, sea spray, and soft floral notes of jasmine and ylang ylang.  Each flask of our artisan Bay Rum cologne is bottled with a West Indian bay leaf which continues to infuse the fragrance with its exotic spicy aroma.

3.4 ounce splash

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Samarinda - Providence Perfume Co.
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Samarinda Eau de Parfum

$45.00

An exotic scented journey awaits . . . .

Travel to Indonesia. Samarinda begins with top notes of sweet orange, cardamom and pink peppercorn.  A heart of carnation, heliotrope, rose, orange blossom and Sumatran coffee give way to a sweet scotch leather layover fortified by rum ether, jasmine rice, vanilla oakwood and roasted seashells.  

5% of all sales of Samarinda will be donated to the World Wildlife Fund to facilitate their protection efforts in Borneo and Sumatra. Borneo and Sumatra are the only places on Earth where endangered tigers, rhinos, orangutans, and elephants live together. The forests are home to more than 15,000 known plants, with many more species yet to be discovered. Since 1995, more than 400 species have been identified on the islands, with more than 50 of these species completely new to science.  These rain forests are in danger of large-scale deforestation and extinction of endangered species.
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