Hammam Bouquet
Hammam Bouquet Eau De Toilette Spray

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    Head Notes

    Lavender and Bergamot
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    Heart Notes

    Rose Otto, Cedarwood, Orris and Jasmine
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    Base Notes

    Amber, Musk and Sandalwood
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  • Fragrance Personality: Original & Mysterious

    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
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    • Timeless Classic
    • by David
    • I first discovered Hammam Bouquet at Penhaligon's shop near Covent Garden in 1980. I bought everything Hammam! I wish Penhaligon's would bring back the entire selection: after shave, talc, shampoo, even the scented handkerchiefs. Of all the different fragrances, especially the so-called "designer" ones, Hammam Bouquet stands out far above them as a timeless classic. It is to men's fragrances what No. 5 is to Chanel. Eternal.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • Bold, Confident, And Unique
    • by Patrick Geary
    • If your goal is to smell like every other man and fade into the faceless crowd, look elsewhere. With Hammam Bouquet, you will make a bold and compelling statement. It is lush, sensuous, and forthright. It adds class and distinction to your persona, and exudes classicism and confidence. I wore it at my wedding and always splash some on when I want to be at my very best. Created by Mr. Penhaligon himself, it remains untouchable among the pantheon of truly great men's fragrances.
      Would you recommend it? : Yes
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    • 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
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    • 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