Floral

Fragrance family: Floral

Collection: Signature

Orange Blossom

A perfume that captures the honeyed floral haze of orange orchards in bloom. Wearing this eau de toilette is like strolling from a shaded grove into warm sunshine. Now, where did I put my Panama hat?

3 reviews

A perfume that captures the honeyed floral haze of orange orchards in bloom. Wearing this eau de toilette is like strolling from a shaded grove into warm sunshine. Now, where did I put my Panama hat?

3 reviews
£110

100 ml

Size 100 ml
QTY 1 +
Concentration

Eau de Toilette

Eau de Toilette

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Honeyed nectar

A serene landscape with its origin in bloom. Facing the warm blush of Winter’s gaze; inhaling the succulence of orange’s sweet kiss. It’s crisp affection nurtures an invigorating fervour. Allow its woody depths to envelope your edges In a warm embrace, certain and sure. Be tempted by a sensual floral display, luscious and delicate, it’s elegance betraying its complexities. A temperament rich and fruity, candescent in feminine grace. Stillness and serenity manage to entice; it’s harmony a mere splash of berried wonder and sophistication. Succumb to this sweet nectar. @alifaery_

By Ali Burton 30 Jun 2020

It's like spring to me

This scent is complex and beautiful, its akin to walking from the forest and into a meadow, subtle at first but descending into a myriad of light spices and sweet florals. Orange blossom was my first experience of Penhaligons and I'm drawn back to it for its simple depth and connotations of eternal love. A wallflower amongst the many beautiful scents offered here but a star in its own right. Reminding me when I wear it of many summer days spent exploring the Kingdom of Mourne.

By Miriam Shearer 29 Jun 2020

Overblended

I love orange blossoms, they are lovely on their own. This mix is overladen with scents, quickly drowning out the orange blossom and muddling in all of the rest. Disappointing

By Gwen Meade 09 Feb 2017
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