Nice, But A Bit Simple Review
20 August 2017
There is an initial anise or liquorice high note followed by a ginger snap cookie middle note which lasts quite a long time. There is a hint of tobacc...o and rum, but the gingerbread cookie component seems to have authority over the rest. If the scent was trying to be masculine it fails a bit because really, what man wants to smell like a cookie? If the rum spices and tobacco were stronger, it would be more manly. All in all, rum, gingerbread and tobacco do not warrant the exorbitant price of £178. Perhaps £78 is more fitting of this rather juvenile cookie-dominated cologne. ... more
Would you recommend it? : No
Hi Adam, we're sorry you got this impression from Radcliff. With heart notes of gingerbread and cinnamon and a base of vanilla and tobacco you are often left with a sweet honeyed tobacco scent.
As the extremely decadent and well-travelled son of Lord George, his scent is inspired by rich spices and ‘intoxicating’ scent of the of the many jazz bars around the world, that he called home. by Penhaligon's customer services