The ever humble silversmith and copper merchant from Boston's North End is the inspiration for this eau de cologne aimed at men ages 25-65 who prefer a subtle boldness.
In his own time, Paul Revere's contemporaries knew little, if anything, of his patriotic efforts. The legend of his midnight ride does not become a part of American folklore until 1860, long after his death thanks to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. The man simply carried himself with an air of quiet confidence.
The Revere collection includes two distinct fragrances which are officially unnamed and are differentiated only by color scheme and lantern iconography. Single lantern is packaged in a translucent, bistre bottle with copper accents. Its fragrance is earthy with notes of wood and basil. Double lantern is packaged in a translucent aquamarine bottle with silver accents. Its fragrance is cool and breezy with notes of bergamot and citrus.