Hammam Bouquet Eau De Toilette Spray
  • image

Hammam Bouquet
Hammam Bouquet Eau De Toilette Spray

  • image

    Head Notes

    Lavender and Bergamot
  • image

    Heart Notes

    Rose Otto, Cedarwood, Orris and Jasmine
  • image

    Base Notes

    Amber, Musk and Sandalwood
  • Inspired by the scent of the Turkish Baths on Jermyn Street, Piccadilly, Hammam Bouquet is a daring oriental created by William Penhaligon in 1872. Animalic and golden, it is warm and mature, redolent of old books, powdered resins and ancient rooms. At its heart is dusky Turkish rose, with jasmine, woods, musk and powdery orris. Heady and glamorous.

    Perfumer: William Penhaligon
  • £85
  • Add to Basket

Perfect with

  • HAMMAM
  • Something Scented... Fragrances for that Special Day

    Something Scented... Fragrances for that Special Day

    Posted on 30th April 2013 by Alex

    Have you ever thought about a wedding fragrance?

    read more

    Regent Street Redux: Christopher Jenner and the evolving Penhaligon’s Style

    Regent Street Redux: Christopher Jenner and the evolving Penhaligon’s Style

    Posted on 29th April 2013

    read more

    Shampooing The Shah!

    Shampooing The Shah!

    Posted on 6th January 2012

    read more

  • About Us
  • Customer Reviews

    wrtie a review
    • 5Image
    • Genies Of Luxury And Yet Chummy Sanctum.
    • by anonymous
    • Hammam has been my inner sanctum of scent for very many years, and never fails to summon up the genies of rich Turkish rose and sharp sandalwood as befits the furnishings suggested by its name. Both my first and latest passport into Penhaligon's luxury and yet somehow chummy world.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
    • 5Image
    • Warmth And Time Travel
    • by Dorian
    • 'Animalic and golden, it is warm and mature, redolent of old books, powdered resins and ancient rooms.' - When I read this, I gained simultaneously a high hope and a deep wariness. The Hammam Bouquet could not be better summarised by myself. All I can say is I could bathe myself in it before doing anything remotely Victorian. After a good 10 hours, the base note of amber seems to be predominant - mulled slightly with remnants of rose and musk. A truly delightful experience.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
    • 5Image
    • Redolent Of A Bygone Age......
    • by Anne
    • After some deliberation, I bought this for myself despite it being marketed primarily as a scent for men. I love it - it's powdery, evocative and definitely something different for the discerning customer.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
    • 5Image
    • Intelligent And Rich Perfume
    • by Patrick
    • Quite stiffly exotic at first but reveals its complexity with a slow burn, and becomes softer, and more interactive, as the day goes on. A rich, gorgeous and highly adaptable scent that can be relaxed, strong, alluring, radiant - whatever you want.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
    • 5Image
    • A Thrilling Glimpse Into The Olfactory Past!
    • by Alexander J. Chesebro
    • The Hammam Bouquet offers a rare opportunity to sample the decadent olfactory tastes of the victorian era that will not disappoint. The fragrance opens with an explosion of lavender that almost overwhelms the wearer, but within moments the magic of the scent begins. The rose otto steps forward accompanied by the powdery iris, bringing a sense of calmness with it. Beneath this tranquility the rose serves its romantic role by suppling a subtle, seductive note to the fragrance. One can almost see the image of the victorian dandy forming in the scent: calm and composed on the exterior, yet brimming with barely contained passion. As the heart notes subside the musk takes the spotlight and the passionate animal within the dapper dandy is revealed!
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
    • 5Image
    • Classic Fragrance
    • by Robert
    • A formal yet invigorating fragrance! Very unusual in its ingredients it really lasts.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes