The Royall Muske cologne was released by the fashion house Royall Lyme of Bermuda in 1957. The musk notes in the fragrance stand out, as does the virile charm that it exudes. The Royall designer house keeps the aromatic formulation recipe close a secret, and while you can’t pin down the exact notes on the cologne, you’ll get used to its big brawny scent.
About the Brand
The Royall fashion label, which creates grooming products and toileteries for men, draws inspiration from its home-country Bermuda, an aspect that shines through in its formulations. The brand secretly guards its recipes and some of the ingredients that are noticeable in its concoctions include Carribean limes, spices, and musk. Anthony Gaade, from Bermuda, commercially launched the debut creation, Royal Lyme in 1957. It grew popular after it was presented in New York and soon visited Milan, London and elsewhere. Following its success, new fragrances were introduced by the line Royal Bay Rhum, Royal Spyce, Royall Mandarin and Royall Muske.