In each Murdock London cologne there is more than the finely balanced medley of ingredients that form the subtle, masculine scents. There lies a story, a period of history, a certain character or a beautiful location. To explore these olfactory tales, we sat down with the man who created them, Mr Brendan Murdock. Watch the films below to discover the inspiration behind the Murdock fragrances.
From the bohemians of Fitzrovia to the disco dancers of Studio 54, Patchouli is formed from the fumes of the world's greatest parties and will carry you into the wee hours of the morning.
Quintessentially English, the enigmatic fern and herb based Fougère takes you on a journey across the British landscape.
The original Murdock fragrance was inspired by the sounds of jazz and chinking glasses at cocktail hour on the Riviera.
Rugged and masculine, the Vetiver cologne is the scent of globe-trotting adventurers.
Taking its cues from the historic tea routes of India and China, the ever-popular Black Tea sizzles with spice and exoticism.
Created to tell the rich story of Britain's love of motor racing, Napier's green oakmoss scent is the perfect winter warmer.
Inspired by British lawn sports, Renshaw is a summer garden party in a bottle.