Oriental

Fragrance family: Oriental

Collection: Portraits

Roaring Radcliff

Lord George's secret son is free to indulge with abandon. And by jove, does he make a good go of it! If hedonism were a perfume, this smoky mélange of rum and gingerbread would be it.

4 reviews

Lord George's secret son is free to indulge with abandon. And by jove, does he make a good go of it! If hedonism were a perfume, this smoky mélange of rum and gingerbread would be it.

4 reviews
£192

75 ml

Size 75 ml
QTY 1 +
Concentration

Eau de Parfum

Eau de Parfum

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Strong And Confident

I ordered this on a whim because I liked the concept behind Portraits and, being a complete rookie to fragrance, the fragrance description sounded like the most interesting. You can definitely pick out the gingerbread here, and that lasts all day. It's a spicy scent with a touch of sweetness to warm it up. It's a fragrance that sells confidence without being overbearing. I would highly recommend it.

By Zachary Tatom 18 Apr 2019

Smells Of Rum, Which I Love!

This perfume reminds me of the rum that I pour in my crepe mix for pancake day. Very original!

By Yann RETHO 22 May 2018

Vigorous Nights!!!

Those nights I'm headed out to dinner parties...or for those nights my girlfriend is looking for a reason to get closer. Radcliffe is definitely the choice of fragrance for any man looking to take his night to the next level.

By Christopher Gross 05 Apr 2017

Simply Divine

This has got to be my favourite fragrance. EVER. Sensual, light and yet deep. A wonder.

By Ryan Weir 02 Feb 2017
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