Open Up The History Book
Stick your nose into Penhaligon’s library of British Tales and discover the story behind every scent. Take a trip to the Palace with The Favourite or allow Quercus to transport you to a babbling mountain stream, shaded beneath a gnarled English Oak. With over 150 chapters in the Penhaligon’s history book, there’s a myriad of timeless classics to rifle through and delight the senses.
A floral hum of silver lime, mimosa and cedar. As radiant as the scent of earthly sunshine.
A cocktail of lemon, black pepper and pine, fresh and fragrant as British wit.
The Tudor rose: symbol of Elizabethan England, immortalised in this airy scent.
Back to the Beginning
A dab-handed barber to London’s elite with an eye (or rather, nose) for unique scent. William introduces his first fragrance, the Hammam Bouquet, and by Jove is it a hit! Fragrant with heady lavender, rose and sandalwood, a bygone era is bottled for all eternity.
A Family Affair
William’s son proves that the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. The young entrepreneur takes inspiration from the Royal Court with his first fragrant invention, the iconic Blenheim Bouquet. Created for the first Duke of Marlborough, this Eau de Toilette is as dry and fresh as the best gin – or the best of British humour.
This eau de toilette is a gin lover’s delight. Better make it a double.
Savile Row’s classic scent: steam, lavender, vanilla. Strictly for dapper gents.
A fragrant stroll through the honeyed haze of a sun-drenched orange grove.
A Fragrant Treat or Two…
Discover British Tales’ Bath and Body delights. From refreshing deodorants, triple-milled soaps and the ever-so elegant Luna Hair Perfume, these fragrant wonders are certain to leave noses feeling thankful.
A lather for body and hands scented with coffee, nutmeg and mandarin.
Penhaligon’s recently had the opportunity to sit down for a cuppa with the father of Halfeti and the new arrival to the Trade Routes collection, Halfeti Leather, the modern-day Prince of Perfumery, Ch...