The Sazerac was invented by Creole apothecary Antoine Peychaud in his French Quarter shop at 437 Royal Street. They say he first served it to his fellow Masons after hours in an egg cup–a coquetier—the word that some believe morphed into the word “cocktail.”
Whether legend or truth, we named this eponymous cocktail fragrance for the famed Louisiana painter George Rodrigue, beloved for more than 40 years for his now-iconic Blue Dog series.
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It features a whiskey-like top note, and it's very smoooth. The scent is so warm and inviting, we call it "gender-neutral."