Perfume by Wiener Blut

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Scents from Vienna

During the time of the Austro-Hungarian monarchy, there were many perfume makers in Vienna. Perfumeries with long traditions, such as Nägele & Strubell, created their own scents and were even named Imperial court suppliers. A perfume from the Kniže firm also has a long history. The designer for men was also a famous Imperial court supplier, located in a store designed by Adolf Loos. In the 1920s Kniže became a famous men's high-fashion brand for the Modern. Kniže Ten, the first men's perfume line in the world, stems from that time. The name of the perfume stands for 10 points, the highest score in polo, and thus is supposed to symbolize ultimate elegance. Kniže Ten is one of the very rare leather scents in the world, and remains even today a timeless classic.

The company Wiener Blut specializes in new interpretations of fragrances from the Imperial period. For example, the perfume "Palais Nizam" is reminiscent of Franz Ferdinand in India. Every single perfume of this unisex fragrance line tells a story. The newest coup is "Freudian Wood", which plays on the importance of wood in Sigmund Freud's interpretation of dreams. The fragrances are available at J. & L. Lobmeyr, Kussmund Organic Beauty Perfumery, Stattgarten, and St. Charles Cosmothecary.

The Austrian designer duo Wendy Jim has brought out a fragrance without historic ties. The perfume "Drop N°01" is reminiscent of an orgiastic night. It is made 99 percent from natural ingredients and was developed by parfumier Wolfgang Lederhaas in collaboration with Vienna's Saint Charles Pharmacy. The refillable flacon that holds the fragrance comes from Augarten Porzellan and has the shape of a fox's skull. The perfume is available at all Augarten stores and in the Saint Charles Cosmothecary, either on its own or with the "Vulpini" flacon. The flacon can also be purchased empty.

Designer Lena Hoschek has also released her own perfume: the sensual and lascivious aroma "Loverose" was developed in collaboration with the perfume experts from Wiener Blut! The flacon is in the vintage style to suit the fashion created by Lena Hoschek. "Loverose" is available in all outlets of Nägele & Strubell, at Lobmeyr and Liebenswert.

A very recent perfume brand from Vienna is MECKIIE. The three unisex fragrances from MECKIIE are 100% organic, and are produced and created in Vienna. The organically certified perfumes of Karin Singer are available from the natural perfumery Staudigl, from Marco Simonis Bastei 10 and in the online shop.


Graben 13
1010 Vienna

J. & L. Lobmeyr

Kärntner Straße 26
1010 Vienna


Habsburgergasse 14
1010 Vienna

stattGarten Shop

Kettenbrückengasse 14
1040 Vienna

Saint Charles Cosmothecary

Gumpendorfer Straße 33
1060 Wien

Augarten flagship store

Spiegelgasse 3
1010 Vienna

Augarten Porcelain Manufactory

Obere Augartenstraße 1
1020 Vienna
  • Vienna City Card

    • Your benefit with the Vienna City Card: -25%

      Additional information on the offer:

      Museum entrance fee with Vienna City Card: 6€ instead of 8€ /

      Entrance fee manufactory tour with Vienna City Card: 19€ instead of 21€

  • Guided tours

    • Guided Tours in German (English on demand)

      Mo and Thu 10.15 a.m. and 11.30 a.m.
      Thu 14.00 p.m. and 15.30 p.m.

      1st Saturday of the month 14.00 p.m. and 15.30 p.m.

      Please note that on Saturdays the production is not staffed.

      Please register in advance for the guided tours (e-mail to or phone +43 1 211 24-200).

  • Accessibility

    • Main entrance
      • no steps (Double swinging doors)
    • Elevator available
      • Door 120 cm wide
    • Further information
      • Seeing eye dogs allowed
      • Wheelchair accessible restroom available.

Saint Charles Cosmothecary

Gumpendorfer Straße 33
1060 Wien

Lena Hoschek Flagshipstore

Seilergasse 16
1010 Wien

Nägele & Strubell

Graben 27
1010 Wien


Esterhazygasse 26
1060 Wien

Staudigl Naturparfumerie

Wollzeile 4
1010 Wien

Marco Simonis Bastei 10

Dominikanerbastei 10
1010 Wien
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