Floral

Fragrance family: Floral

Collection: Signature

Elisabethan Rose

Behold the famous Tudor rose – the flower of England. Inspired by the coming together of houses York and Lancaster, this airy eau de parfum is a harmonious union of rose, hazelnut leaf and vetiver.

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Behold the famous Tudor rose – the flower of England. Inspired by the coming together of houses York and Lancaster, this airy eau de parfum is a harmonious union of rose, hazelnut leaf and vetiver.

1 reviews
$208

100 ml

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QTY 1 +
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Eau de Parfum

Eau de Parfum
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My Most Favorite Rose Scent So Far

I love the smell of roses. My ideal perfume is where I smell like I've walked through a rose garden. This scent is as close as I've ever gotten to that. I researched multiple rose perfumes for over a month to find a perfume. After many reviews read on multiple brands, I found Penhaligons, I was sad to know they're no where near my area (Pittsburgh) to be able to sample sniff all their lovely looking scents, so I blindly bought this perfume. When it arrived today I sprayed it on a piece of paper and gave it a wiff....I fell in love. After I had a shower I put it on, and I'm overly pleased. It's beautiful. Some may say it doesn't last long, I think this is a kind of scent that you personally won't notice all the time as you wear it. Except you'll make a movement and you'll get a wiff of lovely roses, so you'll definitely be noticed as you walk by someone, it's not over powering it's just gentle and alluring. I'll definitely be testing other scents from Penhaligons but I have a feeling this will end up my signature scent.

By Caroline Ruof 07 Jun 2019
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