Bluebell Eau de Toilette
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Bluebell
Bluebell Eau de Toilette

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    Head Notes

    Citrus
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    Heart Notes

    Hyacinth, Lily of the Valley, Cyclamen, Jasmine and Rose
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    Base Notes

    Galbanum, Clove and Cinnamon
  • Created in 1978, this is the pure and unadulterated distillation of the scent of bluebell woods. The telltale earthy sweetness of hyacinths rises through the soft citrus Head Notes and mingles with rose, lily and jasmine at the heart. As it settles the flowers give way to spicy clove and cinnamon and the unique textural base note of bittersweet galbanum.

    Tremendously evocative of wet earth, moss and rain, it instantly transports you to the woodland, surrounded by dripping leaves, skin tingling with spring..

    Perfumer: M. Pickthall
  • £85
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    • Spring-Y And Cool
    • by anonymous
    • The perfume that smells exactly like its name. It's blue and cool, and fresh... Ideal for springtime.
      Would you recommend it? : Don't Know
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    • The Most Perfect Scent In Nature Perfectly Capture
    • by Tig Thomas
    • It has rained overnight and now the air is rinsed and fresh. There's early morning sunlight slanting through the trees, illuminating the bright-green of the beech leaves. You have come to see one of the most sublime sights in nature: the hazy shimmer of bluebells in an English wood in spring. And as you walk, their wild-flower scent, the best there is in nature, fills the air: delicate but confident, with something of the sensuality of the rose, and something of the confident freshness of narcissus. Think white hyacinth but with an open-air zest and the tang of crushed leaves underfoot. Bluebells, hyacinthus non-scripta, are perfectly recreated by Penhaligons in this elusively beautiful scent. One spray, and you're back in the wood.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Quintessential English Spring
    • by anonymous
    • Imagine discovering a blue bell wood in dappled spring sunshine, breath in deeply and experience the heady mixture of fresh spring air and the delicious scent of blue bells and the feeling of joy and hope that they bring. Blue bell is the quintessential english scent, of flashing modest smiles in pretty harris tweed and girls in fair isle jumpers. The scent of charming youth and british vitality, an easy laugh and an open smile.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • A Gasp As You Enter The Cooler Parts Of A Spring Woods
    • by Vicky
    • Bluebell is not for everyone. (Which is why I gave it four stars as there will be naysayers). Imagine a woman (perhaps you?) dismounting from her favorite horse in the early morning. She bends down to sweep some darling bluebells (which she just spotted, at the edge of a clearing in a terribly English woods) into her arms. She crushes some of the blossoms underfoot, as well as some ferns, a fading hyacinth, and fecund earth, black with last night's rain. A bit of horsey tang combines with the bouquet as she places it in her saddle bag where it joins a snail shell and a forgotten, but striking pebble from another ride. Will she forget her nosegay until tomorrow's ride? Never mind, if she does it will remind her even more of Bluebell.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Complex And Beautiful
    • by Christine
    • This is an unusual scent. Not the least bit overwhelming. A scent worn by ladies of distinction!
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Absolutely Splendid!
    • by anonymous
    • I received the Bluebell Eau de Toilette as a Christmas present, and it was immediately promoted to my favourite perfume. Perfect for warm, Wintery evenings I've received tonnes of compliments on it so will definitely be buying again!
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Just Gorgeous!
    • by Carolyn
    • Was horrified to read the Luca Turn/Tania Sanchez review of this, as I have loved & worn it for many years. I remember an oil based dab-it-on version which was divine. The lovely & knowledgeable Alex in the Edinburgh store also gave me an ex-display bottle of the bath oil, which I shared with family & friends. A Swedish former colleague once walked past my desk after I'd applied it & remarked "It smells like fresh flowers here" - says it all, really.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • A Captivating And Evocative Fragrance.
    • by Nicoletta.
    • A truly beautiful scent it evokes memories of a time gone by, from the heady aroma of fresh cut hyacinths, to the quaint Victorian style bottle and packaging. A timeless perfume a gift to treat oneself.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Beautiful Bluebell
    • by Patricia Mason
    • Just bought some today and it is lovely.I am very particular about perfume so it must be good if I like it.It's hard to describe the smell of a bluebell wood but this has caught it's essence perfectly - all outdoors,mossy and earthy- rain sprinkled.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Memory
    • by Ellie
    • I opened the bottle and was transported back in time to my discovery of a bluebell wood, that fresh, earthy fragrance of childhood's first wild flower.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Bluebell Eau De Toilette
    • by anonymous
    • This scent instantly transports me to a sunshine-filled spring woodland where I'm running free! Bliss.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Bliss In A Bottle
    • by Lanna
    • Addicted from the start. My touch of luxury that fills the house and lingers. Never have to buy it as family know how to give me a treat. An accidental spill in my handbag intrigued many ladies and they caught my enthusiasm. Now I sprinkle it on purpose.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes