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Duru Kolonya Lemon, Turkish fragrance water, eau de kolonya, Zitrone, 200 ml (Pack of 1)

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Eyüp Sabri Tuncer has been mixing water, alcohol, and aromatic plants to make its recipe for many decades. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. The same day, Turkey confirmed its first coronavirus patient, and its Minister of Health Fahrettin Koca publicly announced that citizens should use alcohol-based kolonya, Turkish for cologne, to protect themselves from the coronavirus. Following his announcement prices soared almost immediately, and the next day news outlets all over Turkey reported that stores had run out of supplies. While kolonya has a long history in Turkey as a sign of care and hospitality, for example, being offered to guests in private homes, travelers on long-distance buses and the ill during hospital visits, by the early 2000s its use had declined sharply. This article examines the recent kolonya renaissance in Turkey by paying attention to its multiple genealogies, its everyday usages, and affective doings in the early COVID-19 pandemic. It shows how kolonya, which contains alcohol, a problematic substance in Islam, traverses the boundaries commonly drawn between the secular and the Islamic in Turkey, becoming a paradoxical agent in the government’s attempt to fight COVID-19. It argues that as a multisensorial cultural artifact, kolonya permits deep insights into the current socio-political state of affairs in Turkey and its diaspora.

Cologne kills bacteria by dissolving their oily membrane and neutralizing their cell structure. Can cologne be used as a mosquito repellent? Traditionally, Turkish Kolonya (usually Limon Kolonyasi) is served on bus rides, in restaurants, and at family gatherings and funerals.Latour, Bruno. 1999. Pandora’s Hope: Essays on the Reality of Science Studies. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. [Google Scholar] Hürriyet. 2020d. “Doğal dezenfektan nasıl yapılır işte evde dezenfektan yapımı [How to make natural disinfectants at home].” March 17. Accessed 17 December 2020. https://www.hurriyet.com.tr/gundem/dogal-dezenfektan-nasil-yapilir-iste-evde-dezenfektan-yapimi-41470532. [Google Scholar] The bourgeoisie started using Cologne as a perfume because the fragrance of the cologne was lighter and refreshing, unlike the heavy-smelling perfumes of the aristocracy. Alcohol in Cologne also acts as a disinfectant which helps faster healing mosquito bites. What do Turkish barbers spray after a haircut?

Sultan Abdülhamid II used it, and eventually adapted it by blending the tradition of rose water with the novelty of foreign alcohol-based fragrances to create kolonya. Shahab, Ahmad. 2016. What is Islam? The Importance of Being Islamic. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press. [Google Scholar] Yeni, Şafak. 2020a. “Devamlı kolonya kullanmak cildi tahriş ediyor: Mikroplardan korunmak için gül suyu kullanınız [Constant use of Cologne causes Skin Irritation: To Protect from Microbes, use Rose Water].” March 18. Accessed 17 December 2020. https://www.yenisafak.com/koronavirus/devamli-kolonya-kullanmak-cildi-tahris-ediyor-mikroplardan-korunmak-icin-gul-suyu-kullaniniz-3530172. [Google Scholar] This holiday, in our cologne [ kolonya], there’s not only your beloved smell of lemon. This holiday, it also includes the scent of your beloved grandparents and great-grandparents that you cannot go to visit. It also includes the scents of the feast table. It also includes the scents of sweets from your homeland [ memleket], where you cannot go. This holiday, our cologne includes the scents of our loved ones, the ones we miss, and the ones we wait for as well as of wonderful days in the future. [Brand name] wishes a happy holiday to all of Turkey! Footnote 4 Başer, K. H. C., A.Altıntaş, and M.Kürkçüoğlu. 2012. “Turkish Rose. A Review of the History, Ethnobotany, and Modern Uses of Rose Petals, Rose Oil, Rose Water, and Other Rose Products.” HerbalGram96: 40–53. [Google Scholar]

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Hürriyet. 2020c. “İzmirliler kolonya sırasına girdi [Izmir residents entered the cologne queues].” March 13. Accessed 17 December 2020. https://www.hurriyet.com.tr/video/izmirliler-kolonya-sirasina-girdi-41468117. [Google Scholar] Up until that time, rose water was offered to the guests to clean their hands, or rose water was served with Turkish Delight, Turkish Coffee and rose water had a prominent place in our culture. Duru, Selin or Rebul, or Eyüp Sabri Tuncer Colognes are the best brands. These Colognes are the most popular and top-quality Turkish Kolonya Brands.

Turks started using it mainly as a refresher and perfume. By 1923, Eyüp Sabri Tuncer started producing kolonya out of a small shop in Ankara. Customers got free sample bottles.Corbin, Alain. 1986. The Foul and the Fragrant: Odour and the French Social Imagination. Leamington Spa, Hamburg, New York: Berg. [Google Scholar] King, Anya H. 2017. Scent from the Garden of Paradise: Musk and the Medieval Islamic World. Leiden, Boston: Brill. [Crossref] , [Google Scholar] Whereas in contemporary American English usage “cologne” is a common term for fragrances marketed to men, in Turkey, both historically and in the present day, its use is commonly regarded as gender neutral. Its classic scents are lemon, lavender, and tobacco, with different towns and regions producing their own typical aromas, often marketed with regional or urban motifs. Across Turkey, bottles of kolonya were long considered prestige souvenirs from travels elsewhere in the country, something one would bring (home) as a gift. In early Republican Turkey, fragrant waters marketed as kolonya were luxury products and their use formed part of a “modern” and, by implication, “secular” body technique, becoming more affordable and popular only once synthetic substances entered the market. By the end of the twentieth century, kolonya had moved out of the secular middle class and become a common asset in the living room cabinets of Turkish private homes, but also of sales counters and offices across the country. In these contexts, it functioned as a means of sociality rather than a fragrance for personal adornment. Selin: Said to be the first brand to produce kolonya in Turkish history, Selin first hit the market in 1912 in Izmir as Altın Damlası Kolonyası (Golden Drop Cologne), which was made at the historical Şifa Eczanesi in Kemeraltı by none other than Süleyman Ferit Eczacıbaşı. The cologne became a prestigious gift given by anyone visiting Izmir.

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