Invented in 1868, Hoyt's German Cologne is still available today. It was a common, fairly inexpensive perfume available in the days of the Gibson girls. The fragrance is kind of a spicy, woody citrus -- and this recipe would show why. 1 ounce bergamot 1 ounce lemon oil 1/2 ounce neroli oil 1/2 ounce sandalwood oil 20 grains camphor oil 7 pints cologne spirit 1 pint rosewater Combine and let sit for 1 month before use. Or you can buy your own official Hoyt's Cologne in the bottle. Hoyt's was also available, during the Edwardian era, as a scented talcum powder.