My Favorite Perfurm
The Tragedy of Lord George was the first Penhaligons scent I ever encountered, and I have been in love with it ever since. Finally found myself a bottle in a Penhaligon's outlet store whilst on holiday a few months ago and have used it almost every day. It is herbal but as someone who doesn't usually like herbs it blends together extremely well and is not cloying. Definitely a unique fragrance which must be tried at least once to guage how you like it! I would wear this on an evening just before going out because although it's an EDP its longevity isn't its strongest quality you would struggle to get a full day's wear from it. Sillage is good whilst the scent lasts!
What A Nice And Original Perfume!
A great addition to the Portrait range. The smell is very original and perfect for men who want to be different from other s when it comes to smelling good in any circumstances.
Sophisticated And Modern
Amazingly unique and refined. LOVE it!
This is my first ever in 62 year's total of using aftershaves/ perfumes of the very much cheaper brands from other company's, I have come to a startling reality of a world far exceeding in warmth and culture than the world of splash it all over products, I am well impressed with this beautiful perfume. Penhaligon's where have you been hiding since 1870? In the mortal word's "Ill be back."
As a user of Creed and Comme Des Garcons, it takes a lot to impress but like other reviewers here Penhaligon's Tragedy of Lord George for me, is in a different orbit. A mature, robust fragrance with so much room for expression. Like your favourite 1000 page novel, it will stay with you for a lifetime.
Proper And Fun
Civil, regal, fun, masculine, love it!
Engrave One's Scentx
Engrave One's Scentx
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