The classic “Gold Cap” edition of Jockey Club is a crisp, dry cologne with notes of citrus, florals, and wood that evokes the aura of an old-school barbershop—if your barber were a tradesman of the Gilded Age with a blue-blooded clientele.
HISTORY OF THE SCENT: First introduced at New York’s Plaza Hotel in 1840, Jockey Club was off to the races, soon becoming the ubiquitous scent from Saratoga to Churchill Downs. Its patrician reputation was affirmed when John F. Kennedy became a dedicated fan more than a century after its launch. Other perfumers have attempted to imitate this iconic scent, but none have succeeded.
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