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Cambridge Knight

Cambridge Knight

The innovators of deluxe fragrance have developed Cambridge Knight. A warm and velvety scent with Grapefruit, Lily and Sea Notes. Made to suit the worldly man with aromatic excellence as he enjoys a European night on the town. Soft yet unexpected, sensual yet mixed with strong notes of Musk, Jasmine, Bay Leaf, Guaiac Wood, Cedar and Black Currant this fragrance is a perfect journey from spray to dry down.

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Cambridge Knight Eau de Parfum for Men 3.4oz

Cambridge Knight Eau de 3.4oz Parfum for Men

Top Notes
Grapefruit comes from a subtropical citrus tree. It is a sour to semi-sweet and bitter fruit with white, pink or red pulp on the inside which has varying sweetness with the red pulp being the sweetest one. Grapefruit has a zesty, fresh, citrusy, and sour to sweet tart scent to it.
Musk can be described in many different ways. The description may range from sweet, creamy or powdery, to rich, leathery, spicy and even woodsy, and animalistic nuance.
Lily is the common English name for flowering plants of the Lilium genus. Lilies mostly grow in temperate northern hemisphere. The lily has been described as spicy and waxy note which can become intoxicating with aspects of brine and sweet floralcy
Mid Notes
Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, an aromatic evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean. The leaves of the laurel bush, a herbal scent with a spicy overlay, familiar from the kitchen.
Jasmine is a genus from the Oleaceae family which are native to the tropical areas of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmine has an incredibly intense aroma that has a rich,sweet, and fruity scent to it.
Guaiac Wood is a small tree that is also known as guayacan. Guaiac Wood is one of the hardest and most resilient woods in the world. Exotic wood note that has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting smoky, tarmac notes in perfumes.
Base Notes
An inky, bitter-smelling forest floor evocative, prized essence coming from the lichen that grows on oak trees in Europe (harvested in the Balkans). Nowadays severely restricted under skin sensitization concerns, it is nevertheless an essential part of chypre fragrances and fougère fragrances.
Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. It belongs to the genus Pogostemon and grows up to two or three feet in height. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.

Price :$85.00

Cambridge Knight Body Spray

Cambridge Knight 5oz Body Spray

Top Notes
Grapefruit comes from a subtropical citrus tree. It is a sour to semi-sweet and bitter fruit with white, pink or red pulp on the inside which has varying sweetness with the red pulp being the sweetest one. Grapefruit has a zesty, fresh, citrusy, and sour to sweet tart scent to it.
Musk can be described in many different ways. The description may range from sweet, creamy or powdery, to rich, leathery, spicy and even woodsy, and animalistic nuance.
Lily is the common English name for flowering plants of the Lilium genus. Lilies mostly grow in temperate northern hemisphere. The lily has been described as spicy and waxy note which can become intoxicating with aspects of brine and sweet floralcy
Mid Notes
Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, an aromatic evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean. The leaves of the laurel bush, a herbal scent with a spicy overlay, familiar from the kitchen.
Jasmine is a genus from the Oleaceae family which are native to the tropical areas of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmine has an incredibly intense aroma that has a rich,sweet, and fruity scent to it.
Guaiac Wood is a small tree that is also known as guayacan. Guaiac Wood is one of the hardest and most resilient woods in the world. Exotic wood note that has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting smoky, tarmac notes in perfumes.
Base Notes
An inky, bitter-smelling forest floor evocative, prized essence coming from the lichen that grows on oak trees in Europe (harvested in the Balkans). Nowadays severely restricted under skin sensitization concerns, it is nevertheless an essential part of chypre fragrances and fougère fragrances.
Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. It belongs to the genus Pogostemon and grows up to two or three feet in height. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.

Price :$25.00

Cambridge Knight 3-IN-1 Shampoo, Conditioner, Body Wash

This multi-purpose product saves time and keeps both skin and hair hydrated with a creamy lather, with the added bonus of an incredible blend of fragrance.

Top Notes
Grapefruit comes from a subtropical citrus tree. It is a sour to semi-sweet and bitter fruit with white, pink or red pulp on the inside which has varying sweetness with the red pulp being the sweetest one. Grapefruit has a zesty, fresh, citrusy, and sour to sweet tart scent to it.
Musk can be described in many different ways. The description may range from sweet, creamy or powdery, to rich, leathery, spicy and even woodsy, and animalistic nuance.
Lily is the common English name for flowering plants of the Lilium genus. Lilies mostly grow in temperate northern hemisphere. The lily has been described as spicy and waxy note which can become intoxicating with aspects of brine and sweet floralcy
Mid Notes
Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, an aromatic evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean. The leaves of the laurel bush, a herbal scent with a spicy overlay, familiar from the kitchen.
Jasmine is a genus from the Oleaceae family which are native to the tropical areas of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmine has an incredibly intense aroma that has a rich,sweet, and fruity scent to it.
Guaiac Wood is a small tree that is also known as guayacan. Guaiac Wood is one of the hardest and most resilient woods in the world. Exotic wood note that has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting smoky, tarmac notes in perfumes.
Base Notes
An inky, bitter-smelling forest floor evocative, prized essence coming from the lichen that grows on oak trees in Europe (harvested in the Balkans). Nowadays severely restricted under skin sensitization concerns, it is nevertheless an essential part of chypre fragrances and fougère fragrances.
Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. It belongs to the genus Pogostemon and grows up to two or three feet in height. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.

Price :$25.00

Cambridge Knight Eau de Parfum for Men 1.7oz

Cambridge Knight Eau de Parfum for Men 1.7oz

Top Notes
Grapefruit comes from a subtropical citrus tree. It is a sour to semi-sweet and bitter fruit with white, pink or red pulp on the inside which has varying sweetness with the red pulp being the sweetest one. Grapefruit has a zesty, fresh, citrusy, and sour to sweet tart scent to it.
Musk can be described in many different ways. The description may range from sweet, creamy or powdery, to rich, leathery, spicy and even woodsy, and animalistic nuance.
Lily is the common English name for flowering plants of the Lilium genus. Lilies mostly grow in temperate northern hemisphere. The lily has been described as spicy and waxy note which can become intoxicating with aspects of brine and sweet floralcy
Mid Notes
Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, an aromatic evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean. The leaves of the laurel bush, a herbal scent with a spicy overlay, familiar from the kitchen.
Jasmine is a genus from the Oleaceae family which are native to the tropical areas of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmine has an incredibly intense aroma that has a rich,sweet, and fruity scent to it.
Guaiac Wood is a small tree that is also known as guayacan. Guaiac Wood is one of the hardest and most resilient woods in the world. Exotic wood note that has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting smoky, tarmac notes in perfumes.
Base Notes
An inky, bitter-smelling forest floor evocative, prized essence coming from the lichen that grows on oak trees in Europe (harvested in the Balkans). Nowadays severely restricted under skin sensitization concerns, it is nevertheless an essential part of chypre fragrances and fougère fragrances.
Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. It belongs to the genus Pogostemon and grows up to two or three feet in height. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.

Price :$70.00

Cambridge Knight Aftershave

Cambridge Knight Aftershave 3.4oz

Top Notes
Grapefruit comes from a subtropical citrus tree. It is a sour to semi-sweet and bitter fruit with white, pink or red pulp on the inside which has varying sweetness with the red pulp being the sweetest one. Grapefruit has a zesty, fresh, citrusy, and sour to sweet tart scent to it.
Musk can be described in many different ways. The description may range from sweet, creamy or powdery, to rich, leathery, spicy and even woodsy, and animalistic nuance.
Lily is the common English name for flowering plants of the Lilium genus. Lilies mostly grow in temperate northern hemisphere. The lily has been described as spicy and waxy note which can become intoxicating with aspects of brine and sweet floralcy
Mid Notes
Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, an aromatic evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean. The leaves of the laurel bush, a herbal scent with a spicy overlay, familiar from the kitchen.
Jasmine is a genus from the Oleaceae family which are native to the tropical areas of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmine has an incredibly intense aroma that has a rich,sweet, and fruity scent to it.
Guaiac Wood is a small tree that is also known as guayacan. Guaiac Wood is one of the hardest and most resilient woods in the world. Exotic wood note that has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting smoky, tarmac notes in perfumes.
Base Notes
An inky, bitter-smelling forest floor evocative, prized essence coming from the lichen that grows on oak trees in Europe (harvested in the Balkans). Nowadays severely restricted under skin sensitization concerns, it is nevertheless an essential part of chypre fragrances and fougère fragrances.
Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. It belongs to the genus Pogostemon and grows up to two or three feet in height. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.

Price :$50.00

Cambridge Knight Eau de Parfum for Men 20ml

Cambridge Knight Eau de Parfum for Men 20ml

Top Notes
Grapefruit comes from a subtropical citrus tree. It is a sour to semi-sweet and bitter fruit with white, pink or red pulp on the inside which has varying sweetness with the red pulp being the sweetest one. Grapefruit has a zesty, fresh, citrusy, and sour to sweet tart scent to it.
Musk can be described in many different ways. The description may range from sweet, creamy or powdery, to rich, leathery, spicy and even woodsy, and animalistic nuance.
Lily is the common English name for flowering plants of the Lilium genus. Lilies mostly grow in temperate northern hemisphere. The lily has been described as spicy and waxy note which can become intoxicating with aspects of brine and sweet floralcy
Mid Notes
Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, an aromatic evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean. The leaves of the laurel bush, a herbal scent with a spicy overlay, familiar from the kitchen.
Jasmine is a genus from the Oleaceae family which are native to the tropical areas of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmine has an incredibly intense aroma that has a rich,sweet, and fruity scent to it.
Guaiac Wood is a small tree that is also known as guayacan. Guaiac Wood is one of the hardest and most resilient woods in the world. Exotic wood note that has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting smoky, tarmac notes in perfumes.
Base Notes
An inky, bitter-smelling forest floor evocative, prized essence coming from the lichen that grows on oak trees in Europe (harvested in the Balkans). Nowadays severely restricted under skin sensitization concerns, it is nevertheless an essential part of chypre fragrances and fougère fragrances.
Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. It belongs to the genus Pogostemon and grows up to two or three feet in height. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.

Price :$36.00

Cambridge Knight 2 piece Gift Set

Cambridge Knight 2 piece Gift Set: 3.4oz EDP and 3.4oz Aftershave

Top Notes
Grapefruit comes from a subtropical citrus tree. It is a sour to semi-sweet and bitter fruit with white, pink or red pulp on the inside which has varying sweetness with the red pulp being the sweetest one. Grapefruit has a zesty, fresh, citrusy, and sour to sweet tart scent to it.
Musk can be described in many different ways. The description may range from sweet, creamy or powdery, to rich, leathery, spicy and even woodsy, and animalistic nuance.
Lily is the common English name for flowering plants of the Lilium genus. Lilies mostly grow in temperate northern hemisphere. The lily has been described as spicy and waxy note which can become intoxicating with aspects of brine and sweet floralcy
Mid Notes
Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, an aromatic evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean. The leaves of the laurel bush, a herbal scent with a spicy overlay, familiar from the kitchen.
Jasmine is a genus from the Oleaceae family which are native to the tropical areas of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmine has an incredibly intense aroma that has a rich,sweet, and fruity scent to it.
Guaiac Wood is a small tree that is also known as guayacan. Guaiac Wood is one of the hardest and most resilient woods in the world. Exotic wood note that has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting smoky, tarmac notes in perfumes.
Base Notes
An inky, bitter-smelling forest floor evocative, prized essence coming from the lichen that grows on oak trees in Europe (harvested in the Balkans). Nowadays severely restricted under skin sensitization concerns, it is nevertheless an essential part of chypre fragrances and fougère fragrances.
Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. It belongs to the genus Pogostemon and grows up to two or three feet in height. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.

Price :$95.00

Cambridge Knight 3 piece Gift Set

Cambridge Knight 3 piece Gift Set: 3.4oz EDP , 20ml EDP & 8.5oz English Laundry 3-in-1 Shampoo, Conditioner & Body Wash

Top Notes
Grapefruit comes from a subtropical citrus tree. It is a sour to semi-sweet and bitter fruit with white, pink or red pulp on the inside which has varying sweetness with the red pulp being the sweetest one. Grapefruit has a zesty, fresh, citrusy, and sour to sweet tart scent to it.
Musk can be described in many different ways. The description may range from sweet, creamy or powdery, to rich, leathery, spicy and even woodsy, and animalistic nuance.
Lily is the common English name for flowering plants of the Lilium genus. Lilies mostly grow in temperate northern hemisphere. The lily has been described as spicy and waxy note which can become intoxicating with aspects of brine and sweet floralcy
Mid Notes
Bay leaves are the aromatic leaves of the bay laurel, an aromatic evergreen shrub native to the Mediterranean. The leaves of the laurel bush, a herbal scent with a spicy overlay, familiar from the kitchen.
Jasmine is a genus from the Oleaceae family which are native to the tropical areas of Eurasia, Australasia and Oceania. Jasmine has an incredibly intense aroma that has a rich,sweet, and fruity scent to it.
Guaiac Wood is a small tree that is also known as guayacan. Guaiac Wood is one of the hardest and most resilient woods in the world. Exotic wood note that has tar-like, phenolic facets, imparting smoky, tarmac notes in perfumes.
Base Notes
An inky, bitter-smelling forest floor evocative, prized essence coming from the lichen that grows on oak trees in Europe (harvested in the Balkans). Nowadays severely restricted under skin sensitization concerns, it is nevertheless an essential part of chypre fragrances and fougère fragrances.
Patchouli is a wonderful green bushy herb of the mint family. It belongs to the genus Pogostemon and grows up to two or three feet in height. Sweet, dark, with an earthy, woody edge, it is very popular in many blends, especially the contemporary woody floral musks.
Cedarwood has a very elegant smoky wood note to it. It’s very dry and dusty, clean, and reminds you of pencil shavings.

Price :$90.00

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