Category > fragrance

  • Douro, The Traveller’s Solace

    Posted on 21st August 2013 by Guest - Odiferess

    A thrilling aspect of scent is it’s ability to aid our travels, be they a physical journey or a conjured journey of the imagination. Scent can take us far away from our ordinary residence to an exotic location, indeed for me as a city dweller, I often use intense woody notes to take me deep into the countryside as I spritz before bedtime for a forest filled sleep. Read More

  • Nick's Perfume Collection

    Posted on 14th August 2013 by Nick

    I’ve recently joined the Marketing team here at Penhaligon’s, and have been a massive fragrance geek ever since I started selling perfume on Saturday’s over 12 years ago. Read More

  • Vaara – The Raw Materials

    Posted on 4th July 2013 by Nick

    Vaara, created by Master Perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour, is an atmospheric portrait of Jodhpur and the scented life of a Maharaja. Read More

  • Fragrant Cocktails

    Posted on 3rd June 2013 by Laura

    It's a well-known fact that we are partial to a cocktail or two here at Penhaligon’s. We find that there are many common grounds to the art of perfumery and mixology. Read More

  • Say it with Flowers

    Posted on 3rd June 2013 by Nick

    Floriography, also known as ‘The Language of Flowers’, was a popular method of expressing emotions and sending messages in Victorian times. Whilst we have lost many of the meanings in time, a red rose is still thought of as a symbol of passionate love, and daisies still suggest innocence. Read More