Posted in Florida July 21, 2015 by Victoria W If Someone Could Bottle Florida, Would You Want To Try It? A company has actually been doing this for over two hundred years, and it’s their most famous product. Flickr/Hannah I love perfume, so I was shocked to discover I had never heard of a two-hundred-year-old scent that shares the name of my home state. Florida Water is not just a popular cologne intended for both sexes, it's the most popular scent its maker, Lanman & Kent (Originally Murray & Lanman), has ever made, and it has remained popular around the world for centuries. www.lanman-and-kemp.com This eau de cologne has hints of lavender, clove, and bergamot, along with its signature blue tint, much like that of our natural springs. It makes reference to Florida for both its literal floral meaning, as well as a reference to the search for the Fountain of Youth. www.lanman-and-kemp.com It is claimed to have many uses, as a refreshing addition to baths, post-shower, or dropped in an ice bath and applied to the face and neck to keep you cool in our unbearable heat, plus many more. www.lanman-and-kemp.com It's available on www.amazon.com and www.walgreens.com for $4 to $7 a bottle (or less for multi-packs), with mostly good reviews. As we all know, perfumes are very subjective, but at this price, why not give it a try? After all, it would at least be a great conversation-starter.