These gardens are a must for flower lovers. They feature a nature trail that weaves throughout acres of jungle and ... More
Bermuda Perfumery & Gardens
These gardens are a must for flower lovers. They feature a nature trail that weaves throughout acres of jungle and horticulture. The abundant flora includes hybrid hibiscus, passion flowers, Easter lilies, thumbergia, night-blooming cerus and a host of other flowers. The perfumery is housed in an old farmhouse built 250 years ago. Tour guides detail the ancient method of extracting fragrances from flowers and show you the early mechanical devices that were first used in 1929. Admission is free.
My wife and I were given a personalized tour of the perfumery by the owner. The whole visit was one of the most memorable experiences we enjoyed in Bermuda. I highly recommend you take the time to make a visit. You won't regret it.
Roger and Linda Kline
Loved the new location in St. George's and the wonderful new fragraces... no the perfumery did not close.. just shifted its location!
The atmosphere is very boutique and high end with a cute perfumery museum as well as a perfumery where the fragrances are aged and bottled. Everything is still very rustic and traditional which I absolutely adored.
The Bermuda Perfumery is a must see!!
I discovered the perfumery on my first visit to Bermuda over 10 years ago. The tour and gardens are fantastic. While I hadn't been able to wear perfumes for several years at that time due to allergies, I wasn't bothered by the Lili products. I have continued to use them and have both stocked up on a subsequent visit and ordered on line. My purchases keep for years. My husband exclusively uses the men's colognes and likes all varieties. My favorites are Easter Lily, Bermudiana, Frangipangi, and Jasmine. I noticed that the soaps are no longer for sale on the website and wonder if they have been discontinued. I love them and hope that that are still available even if not listed at this time.
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