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Calle Ocho

Calle Ocho begins with the multifaceted notes of fine aged Rum: the swirling combination of woody Amber, Oak Wood, and Bourbon-like Vanilla. Creamy Sandalwood, a hint of Orange Rind, and rich aromatic Tobacco Leaf spiced with Cinnamon give the scent a lavish appeal. The resulting experience from Calle Ocho is warm, welcoming, and one-of-a-kind.

Top Notes

Cinnamon, Rum & Bitter Chocolate

Mid Notes

Night-blooming Jasmine, Labdanum & Tobacco Leaf

Base Notes

Tonka Bean, Sandalwood & Musk

Discover Calle Ocho

Calle Ocho begins with the multifaceted notes of fine aged Rum: the swirling combination of woody Amber, Oak Wood, and Bourbon-like Vanilla. Creamy Sandalwood, a hint of Orange Rind, and rich aromatic Tobacco Leaf spiced with Cinnamon give the scent a lavish appeal.
Little Havana illustration Rum, Tobacco, Sandalwood
Extrait de Parfum
(35)
$205.00
Rum, Tobacco, Sandalwood
Solid Fragrance
(103)
$60.00
Rum, Tobacco, Sandalwood
Deodorant
(21)
$28.00
Rum, Tobacco, Sandalwood
Bar Soap
(30)
$20.00

Top Notes

Cinnamon, Rum & Bitter Chocolate

Mid Notes

Night-blooming Jasmine, Labdanum & Tobacco Leaf

Base Notes

Tonka Bean, Sandalwood & Musk
Rum, Tobacco, Sandalwood
Formula 5 Oil
(28)
$55.00
Solid Fragrance Refill
(173)
$55.00
Deodorant Refill
(118)
$22.00
Deodorant, Bar Soap, Solid Fragrance
The Essentials
(59)
$95.00 $108.00
Solid Fragrance, Formula 5 Oil, Deodorant, Bar Soap
Solid Ensemble
(40)
$145.00 $163.00
The Upgrade
(11)
$90.00 $103.00
Extrait, Formula 5 Oil, Deodorant, Bar Soap
Extrait Ensemble
(2)
$280.00 $308.00
Extrait, Solid Fragrance, Formula 5 Oil, Deodorant, Bar Soap
The Premier
(2)
$330.00 $368.00
Solid Fragrance, Extrait
Home + Away
(5)
$250.00 $265.00

Our Inspiration

Nearly every fragrance in the Fulton & Roark collection has been inspired by the beauty of a specific location within the United States. For Calle Ocho, it is the beauty of its people and unique culture that inspired us. Located in the heart of Miami’s Little Havana, this has a long history of being home to a particularly diverse community. But, it wasn’t until the 1950’s and 1960’s that the revolution and unrest led many people to flee the violence of Cuba and eventually settle into what would eventually become known as Pequeña Habana. They brought with them the traditions, food, and culture from their home. Over the years, many more people originally from Nicaragua, Honduras, and other Central American countries have settled into this vibrant neighborhood, adding their own contributions, and making it the epicenter of Latin American culture in Miami and perhaps the entirety of the United States.

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