Penhaligon's The Favorite draws inspiration from Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough, the size of Blenheim Palace and the secrets behind closed doors. Their scent fills the royal dressing room, their influence extends to infinity, golden mimosa influences public opinion. She greets with a lovely smile, charming and shy, innocent like a wildflower. But these casings fall off like the mandarin and bergamot. A revelation, we are getting closer to the real intention - a secret plan? Did we forget to mention this? Complexity was mistaken for cunning. A breathtaking facade. An invisible interior. What you see is not always what you get. The stage is prepared, the backdrop is Blenheim. The story revolves around the mother of this majestic palace. Smoke and mirror. Iris and musk. This most wonderful of all palaces is made up of cunning and secrets. What is going on in the shadows? Behind closed doors? She conducts this magnificent spectacle, leads society and manipulates its surroundings. Leave it to her, it's better that way. Jasmine is playing with hearts when he appears on the sandalwood stage.