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INSIDE MR PENHALIGON’S PERFUME PARLOUR

DISCOVER THE FRAGRANT ICONS

Twas like any old day in Mayfair. Or so they thought. Alas, a fragrant revolution was soon to take place on Jermyn Street. The punters would flock in their tens to the Turkish baths, all for a whiff of the barber’s first magical concoction. Take a hop, skip, and a sniff back in time to discover Penhaligon’s most iconic scents from the British Tales collection.

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A TALE TO TELL

From royally appointed perfumes to timeless treasures, with the new British Tales Fragrance Library one can acquaint themselves with the scents that had London utterly enchanted.

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BLENHEIM BOUQUET

Discover the concoction that earnt Penhaligon's their first Royal Warrant; Blenheim Bouquet was created for the 9th Duke of Marlborough in 1902 and hums with a fresh scent of lemon, lavender and pine.

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THE FAVOURITE

Inspired by Mistress of the Robes, Sarah Churchill, The Favourite's mimosa scent wields its own royally charming power behind the palace doors.

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QUERCUS

Named for the mighty English Oak, the citrus scent of fresh zest and moss swept the streets of London in 1906. You might still catch a whiff of it today...

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JUST DIPPING YOUR NOSE IN?

Turn your attention to the Highest of British nobility with the Portraits Mansion Discovery Collection.

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Further Reading

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Ah, Halfeti – the jewel in Turkey’s crown. With its wonderful mix of Byzantine, Armenian, Egyptian and Ottoman heritage. And a town well versed in trading with the world, too. Cast your mind ba...

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Back in William’s day, any self-respecting London dandy could be found bouncing around between Jermyn Street and St. James's Street. Here, a gentleman’s every tailoring and grooming need could be tend...

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An intoxicating smell as one enters. Unrivalled care and attention from fragrance experts. Every one of our boutiques has its hallmarks, but there is nothing more distinctly Penhaligon’s than our icon...

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Have you ever paused to take in the scent of a fresh rose and felt instantly uplifted? This is no mere coincidence. Floral scents are scientifically proven to make one feel happier. A fragrance ca...

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It’s been a few years since the esteemed Portraits family took permanent residence in Penhaligon’s stores around the world. The ever-growing Portraits fragrance collection continues to offer something...

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Just as wild animals mark their territory, a person’s fragrance extends the personal space they inhabit. Indeed, perfumes smell different depending on the wearer, so one must choose a fragrance tha...

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Many a work of art is greater than the sum of its parts. A painting, with its carefully composed shades, hues and textures. A piece of music, with floaty highs, sinewy middles and deep basses, coming ...

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1. Londoners are not typically known as the romantics of the world. Did you know that St Valentine’s Day was the invention of a Londoner, Geoffrey Chaucer in 1343. The 14th February or Saint V...

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