Penhaligon's is a perfume brand with an impressive history and a pedigree to match.
Founded by William Penhaligon in the United Kingdom, he released his first scented preparation in 1874, inspired from the neighbouring Turkish 'Hammam' baths. Founded by Mr. William Penhaligon in the United Kingdom and releasing his first scented preparation in 1874 with inspiration from the neighbouring Turkish 'Hammam' baths, this was followed by their best selling Blenheim Bouquet in 1902, a very phlegmatic English fragrance making use of the highest quality citrus oils resting on a dark heart of moss and pine.
Today, Penhaligon's create fragrances for the most discerning individuals, with something to suit most tastes. Fragrances such as Sartorial, Endymion, and Juniper Sling are ideal for modern paletes with a fascination for enduring British elegance. Also look out for Penhaligon’s modest range of grooming products, and their oozingly luxurious Portraits collection with scents matched to aristocratic characters (who happen to take on an anthropomorphised shape)!
- Traditional 19th century British fragrance firm.
- Ranges from classic cologne styles to exotic and rich eau de parfums.
- Sartorial, aptly named, smells like a Savile Row tailor's workshop. Scented fabrics, chalk dust, thread pulled through beeswax, old vanilla-scented cutting patterns. It's all there.
- The Penhaligon's Portraits range invites you to embark on a fragrant safari. The solid metal caps of this range are unique to every scent, and feature an animal matched to the character of each fragrance.