English Fern
English Fern Eau de Toilette

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    Head Notes

    Geranium and Lavender
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    Heart Notes

    Clover
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    Base Notes

    Patchouli, Sandalwood and Oakmoss
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  • Created in 1910, English Fern is a completely unique, fresh and earthy tonic of a fragrance. Field-fresh clover, lavender and geranium bed down with woods, patchouli and moss to create a rich, spiced green scent that oozes Englishness. It captures that slightly soapy, just washed feeling with elegance and a touch of sensuality. English Fern is a finely balanced fougere for men and women looking for something a bit different.

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    • Smells Like Outdoors
    • by Edith Rudenstein
    • Fern is one of my favorite scents. It give you the feeling of walking through the woods on a fall afternoon.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • I Agree – Addictive And Unique!
    • by Tom
    • I can only agree with Owen. I was also an avid Sartorial fan when I recently gave English Fern a chance. Now I have two absolute favorites !
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Addictive And Unique
    • by Owen
    • A big fan of Sartorial, I decided to give English Fern a try and I must say I'm an immediate fan. I prefer my scents to have a touch of androgyny or even femininity to them Amouage Gold Man, Bronnley's 'English Fern' (an entirely different scent, don't be fooled by the name), Tabac even. English Fern seems to have it all that masculine strength softened by a delicate sweetness. I can't get enough!
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Scents That You Will Never Forget
    • by Mr. Rick
    • I was introduced to Penhaligon's fragrances over twenty years ago, while working in manhattan. Every month I would visit their beautifully decorated shop at Sak's Fifth Avenue. Of course their selection has grown immensely. My two very favorites are Hammam and English Fern. What gorgeous scents these are. They do linger a long time. I can not begin to tell you how many compliments I have gotten from others about those delicious scents. I myself would never use another brand. Penhaligon's is a must have.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • You'll Need Heeps
    • by Christopher
    • Fantastic scent but doesn't stay with you for more than two or three hours. Wish they made it as a cologne.
      Would you recommend it? : Don't Know
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    • Fresh, Clean, Light And A Bit Woodsy - The Only Scent I Have Used For Years
    • by Randall
    • I find most men's scents very heavy and overbearing they usually give me a headache or worse. English Fern has a light, clean, fresh, woodsy masculine scent that reminds me of the outdoors, without being musky, pungent or having that "chemical" smell that department store cologne always seems to have. I think it's traditional without being old-fashioned and it's never overpowering. It's the mix of clover and oakmoss that I like best. It's the only scent I have worn for about 20 years now and no one has ever told me they don't like it. In fact when I am dancing at a ceilidh or a ball, strangers often tell me "you smell good"! More importantly, my family like it too. I wear the talc nearly every day and save the spray for special events or nights out. I can't really use the soaps because I sensitive skin, but I use them to scent my dresser drawers. I know it's meant to be unisex, but to me it's definitely a masculine, albeit subtle, scent.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Fresh, Green And Utterly English
    • by Ben
    • English Fern is a fresh, green fougére which brings to mind a myriad of visions of early 20th century England. One can imagine wearers frolicking on lawns of the family estate playing tennis with little wooden racquets, or preparing themselves for a crisp, spring morning about town. Using only a handful of aromas, the modest melange creates a clean nose, allowing each scent to be clearly discerned. An opening of muted florals blends beautifully with clover spice, the underlying base of wooded, bushy foliage adding the perfect touch of depth. After time, the dry down reveals distinct powdery notes, presumably from the oakmoss in the base. As a love or loathe smell, powder would be the make-or-break for most: should Penhaligon’s attempt improvement, a masking or balancing note would be a suggestion. Even so, the sangfroidian simplicity of English Fern has allowed it to stand tall in the test of time, maintaining its status as a perfect summer scent for an English lady or gent.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Bloomin' Marvellous
    • by YeFineCornishMaidMeAnsum
    • What-ho old chums! One had the pleasure and good fortune of sampling the old English Fern and by jove one is properly squiffy about the stuff! The very scent of an Englishman or fine lady and as fresh as a cucumber sandwich pip pip! It has the aroma of a good old English woodland after a good old English rain and its suitable for both the old man and the trouble and strife hem hem - don't you adam and eve it! If you like your fine aromas make haste to Penhaligons my chums! Peruse their fine range of perfumery at HQ or all you clever chaps can use your newfandangled gadgetry without even leaving the old abode. So pootle off to Penhaligons old chaps! They're good for japes and blooming marvellous!
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • English Fern Eau de Toilette Review
    • by anonymous
    • Olor a limpio. Mi EDT favorita.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • English Fern Eau de Toilette Review
    • by anonymous
    • as the name says, very English.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes