Jubilee Bouquet
Jubilee Bouquet Eau de Toilette

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    Head Notes

    Bergamot, Chamomile, Clove
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    Heart Notes

    Jasmine, Violet, Ylang, Iris, Rose
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    Base Notes

    Sandalwood, Musk, Moss, Amber
  • £110
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  • Originally created in 1977 in honour of Queen Elizabeth's Silver Jubilee, Jubilee Bouquet is a beguiling melody of green lily, jasmine, powder and woods. Laced with persuasive notes of soft iris, violet and amber, Jubilee Bouquet is an enchanting floral chypre.

    Perfumer: M. Pickthall, Revised by Mike Parrott

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    • J'Adore
    • by diane
    • just received it yesterday and I am in love with the lovely smell I leave around.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Penhaligon's Crowning Glory
    • by missfleurish
    • Jubilee Bouquet is a fragrance that adds a dash of posh to even the most lackluster of days. The powdery hint of jasmine makes for well-balanced sophistication. Jubilee Bouquet is empowering rather than overpowering, versatile enough to be worn at any occasion. As a former Royal Wedding Correspondent, I immediately fell in love with this spritz-able delight when it reappeared on the shelf several years ago. In my humble opinion, it is Penhaligon's crowning glory!
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Captivating
    • by JUD HOFF
    • I first used this perfume many years ago and it quickly became my favourite scent. I was devastated when it was discontinued and ecstatic when re-introduced. It has a special significance for me too, as it's original creator, the late Michael Pickthall, was a great friend..
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Jubilee Bouquet Eau de Toilette Review
    • by sagitta
    • an absolutely lovely soft flowery scent
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • It'S So Good To Have It Back!
    • by Colette
    • I wore this in the late seventies and although it was wonderful then, it's far better now. I think I was perhaps too young for it first time around. I'm in my late fifties now and it's perfect, a lovely, feminine, gentle and grown up fragrance. I love it!
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Perfect Blend Of Soft Florals And The Scent Of The Woods
    • by Randall
    • I dislike most women's perfumes, but this blend of floral, moss and powdery scent is delightful. It's soft, feminine and subtle -and there is something very English about it, but I can't quite articulate what it is. It's the opposite of brash, bold and in-your-face that is all too prevalent these days. It's also not cloyingly sweet. Perhaps elegantly understated is the best way to describe it. I bought it for someone in my family years ago, as a gift, and it's been popular with many people ever since. We were pleased when it was reintroduced after being discontinued for a while.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • A Crowning Glory
    • by Jessica
    • With its royal bouquet of jasmine, violet, ylang ylang, iris and rose, it is the choice fragrance to complement the queenly at heart. With the Coronation festivities in full swing and the Royal baby expected any day, it is the parfum du jour for those with champagne tastes!
      Would you recommend it? : Yes