Florida Water® was introduced in New York City more than 200 years ago and has been loved by loyal users ever since, weaving itself into cultures all over the world. As each new generation has discovered Florida Water, its mystique has grown for its effect on the mind, body and soul. Florida Water’s light refreshing scent is energizing and soothing, balancing and grounding. Its unique formula is still manufactured by the original patent owner, and the beautiful hand-drawn label graces every bottle of authentic Florida Water. Discover all the Lanman & Kemp products for the body, bath, hair and home.
Florida Water debuts in New York City by renowned perfumer Robert Murray.
First edition of Bristol's Almanac is published.
Company name changes to Lanman & Co when David Lanman joins the firm.
George Kemp joins Lanman & Co.
Famed illustrator George du Maurier designs the Florida Water label, inspired by the search for the Fountain of Youth.
Company officially becomes Lanman & Kemp, and products become available around the world.
First foreign factory opened in Cuba as well as ownership of 12 subsidiaries in Canada, Mexico and South America.
Barry's Tricopherous Hair Tonic is reformulated and reintroduced to the market.
Lanman & Kemp provides free Florida Water to American troops.
Lanman & Kemp's Reuter soap is introduced as America enters the Roaring Twenties.
Florida Water is mentioned in the newly-published novel "Gone with the Wind".
Lanman & Kemp provides free Florida Water to American troops
Lanman & Kemp expands product line, adding new colognes.
Lanman & Kemp expands product line, adding new soaps.
Florida Water celebrates its 200-year anniversary.
Solanges Knowles carries a bottle of Florida Water on the Met Gala Red Carpet.
Florida Water hand sanitizer is introduced during Covid-19 pandemic.