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Penhaligon's

At Penhaligon's they understand the emotive power of scent. It can unlock memories and open doors; it can stop us in our tracks, lost somewhere for a moment in time. Recollections triggered by a dusting or iris, a whisper of clove, a burst of juicy nectarine, a trail of smoky incense, a creamy lick of vanilla. Their fragrant adventure began in the Victorian era of decadence and carries us into the future as they strive to create original scents for the discerning eccentrics of today. True modern dandies and bold women who are proud to go their own way. The spirit of William Penhaligon, their founder, touches everything Penhaligon´s do. An Englishman living in an age of excess and flamboyance, William was witty, wildly creative and always inspired by the unusual. Hammam Bouquet, their first scent, was dreamt up by William in 1872 after inhaling the steam and sulphurous aromas of his neighbouring Turkish baths. These were wild ideas for wild times, and it is still the way Penhaligon´s work today. Inspiration comes at the strangest moments and places: a magical moment, a stolen view, an idea crystallised. Over 135 years since the doors of the Penhaligon's barber shop first opened on Jermyn Street, William's hugely precious archives continue to inspire and inform everything they do. Penhaligon´s passion is to carry on his incredible legacy of creative and innovative perfumery, challenging the traditions of the art and seeking new ways to interpret elegance. They continue to work with master perfumers who can interpret our distinctive ideas; conjuring up new perfume sensations that flow against the tide. Today, their scents are still made in England using the finest rare ingredients - from hand squeezed bergamot, to jasmine at twice the price of gold. Their signature Penhaligon's fragrance bottle is to William's original design: clear glass with a distinctive ribbon-wrapped stopper. Each Penhaligon’s fragrance is unique. They are constructed from a blend of the highest quality natural sources and the latest technologies in fragrance chemistry. Alpine lavender, jasmine, rose & coffee absolutes, citrus oils, precious orris from the iris bulb, vetiver, juniper berries, peonies, tonka bean, sandalwood, cedar, frankincense, myrrh, galbanum, vanilla, plums and tea. These are just some of the ingredients found in the Penhaligon’s family of fragrances. Each scent goes onto the skin, interacting with heat and personal chemistry, creating a perfect marriage of fragrance notes and wearer. Fragrance notes develop with the evaporation of the perfume. Thermal motion, ie: skin heat, causes the scent molecules to move and evaporate, creating the effect of ‘scent’.
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At Penhaligon’s they understand the emotive power of scent. It can unlock memories and open doors; it can stop us in our tracks, lost somewhere for a moment in time. Recollections triggered by a dusting or iris, a whisper of clove, a burst of juicy nectarine, a trail of smoky incense, a creamy lick of vanilla.
Their fragrant adventure began in the Victorian era of decadence and carries us into the future as they strive to create original scents for the discerning eccentrics of today. True modern dandies and bold women who are proud to go their own way.

The spirit of William Penhaligon, their founder, touches everything Penhaligon´s do. An Englishman living in an age of excess and flamboyance, William was witty, wildly creative and always inspired by the unusual.
Hammam Bouquet, their first scent, was dreamt up by William in 1872 after inhaling the steam and sulphurous aromas of his neighbouring Turkish baths.
These were wild ideas for wild times, and it is still the way Penhaligon´s work today. Inspiration comes at the strangest moments and places: a magical moment, a stolen view, an idea crystallised. Over 135 years since the doors of the Penhaligon’s barber shop first opened on Jermyn Street, William’s hugely precious archives continue to inspire and inform everything they do.

Penhaligon´s passion is to carry on his incredible legacy of creative and innovative perfumery, challenging the traditions of the art and seeking new ways to interpret elegance. They continue to work with master perfumers who can interpret our distinctive ideas; conjuring up new perfume sensations that flow against the tide.
Today, their scents are still made in England using the finest rare ingredients – from hand squeezed bergamot, to jasmine at twice the price of gold. Their signature Penhaligon’s fragrance bottle is to William’s original design: clear glass with a distinctive ribbon-wrapped stopper.

Each Penhaligon’s fragrance is unique. They are constructed from a blend of the highest quality natural sources and the latest technologies in fragrance chemistry. Alpine lavender, jasmine, rose & coffee absolutes, citrus oils, precious orris from the iris bulb, vetiver, juniper berries, peonies, tonka bean, sandalwood, cedar, frankincense, myrrh, galbanum, vanilla, plums and tea. These are just some of the ingredients found in the Penhaligon’s family of fragrances. Each scent goes onto the skin, interacting with heat and personal chemistry, creating a perfect marriage of fragrance notes and wearer. Fragrance notes develop with the evaporation of the perfume. Thermal motion, ie: skin heat, causes the scent molecules to move and evaporate, creating the effect of ‘scent’.

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