Royall – BayRhum 57 All Purpose Lotion
BayRhum 57 is an elegant and iconic fragrance. Infused with the essence of rum and clove, this scent evokes memories of summer in Bermuda. Subtle Smoky Balsam and a rich Bay aroma is layered with warm, spicy notes of cedarwood and sweet Amber. This light and sensual fragrance captures and embodies the Bermudian life of endless blue skies, pristine beaches, and lush gardens.
BayRhum 57 is a genuine fragrance of Royall Lyme of Bermuda, designers of aftershave and cologne since 1957.
4 oz Aftershave Splash & Cologne
About Royall Fragrances
In 1957, Mr. Anthony J. Gaade, a renowned Bermudian yachtsman and competitor in international races; through vision and tenacity, brought the very first Royall fragrance to market. The Royall Family of Fragrances captures the essence and spirit of Bermuda in a fragrance line of aromatic products to share with the island and the rest of the world.
Even Mr. Gaade’s original packaging for the Royall Family of fragrance reveals his desire to keep the Bermuda theme. The handsome packaging is reminiscent of the Bermuda of old. The bottles are of semi-hand-made glass from original clay molds with antimonial pewter-colored lead crown caps. Molded on each bottle is a crown and lime cluster with the words ‘ROYALL LYME’ and on the bottom of the bottle ‘ROYALL LYME LIMITED’. Each bottle has the fragrance name and crown in raised glass on the back, with a distinctive colored labels on the front.
Each fragrance bottle is individually wrapped in fine parchment with a crown wax seal. These seals are made with the same wax used by the Bank of England. Quality standards of care and attention to detail are found in every piece.
Mr. Gaade’s original vision is today a reality. The essence and spirit of Bermuda, sparkling jewel and garden paradise, reside in every Royall product. Mr.Gaade says, “In the Royall Family Fragrance, we believe we have a truly unique range of prestigious gentlemen’s toiletries and grooming aids directed to the discerning user and carrying the Bermuda message overseas.”