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Fragrance is liquid emotion. It unlocks memories and opens doors; it can stop us in our tracks, lost somewhere for a moment in time. Recollections triggered by a dusting of iris, a whisper of clove, a burst of juicy nectarine, a trail of smoky incense, a creamy lick of vanilla. For more than 135 years, Penhaligon's has understood the emotive power of scent. Their fragrant adventure began in the Edwardian era of decadence and carries into the future as they continually create original scents for the discerning eccentrics of today - true modern dandies and bold women who are proud to go their own way. Today, their scents are still made in England using the finest rare ingredients - from hand squeezed bergamot, to jasmine at twice the price of gold.

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Penhaligon’s perfume scents can make us seem mysterious, tempting, approachable, loveable, or care-free; they do anything but make us seem ordinary. They enhance our mood as we wear them, but they also affect the people we meet when we are wearing them. They evoke memories and associations from people, and they enhance other people’s estimation of us.

Penhaligon’s is a British perfume house that was founded in 1870 by William Henry Penhaligon. Penhaligon was a Cornish barber who was made the Court Barber and Perfumer to England’s Queen Victoria. He was known to be witty, inventive, creative, and inspired by things out of the ordinary. These qualities were used in creating his original and evocative scents.

Scents drive our behavior, our likes and dislikes, and our preferences in today’s world just as they did in the Victorian age of decadence when Penhaligon created his first signature scent, Hammam Bouquet.

We associate scents with memories and associations from our past and present. We tend to like what we know and can identify, hence the popularity of vanilla as a top note in many scents today.

Fragrances, like people, have personalities. They can be charismatic, sensuous, alluring, evocative, or just plain fun. It is important to match your personality with a fragrance’s essence.

Penhaligon’s perfumes are made in England with the finest of ingredients using everything from bergamot, which is hand-squeezed, to luxurious jasmine. Each fragrance is proudly presented in a clear glass bottle with an elegant stopper wrapped with a wisp of ribbon.

Being a niche boutique perfume, Penhaligon’s fragrances are found only in the finest shops and are available in scents for men as well as women. Blenheim Bouquet was created by Penhaligon in 1902 for the Duke of Marlborough and named after Blenheim Palace; it was reputed to be Winston Churchhill’s favorite scent. Blenheim Palace is where Churchill was born as well as being the Duke’s ancestral seat.

Bluebell is another wonderful and elegant fragrance that was created in 1978 by Penhaligon’s. Bluebell is a soiflore (a fragrance that replicates the scent of a single flower), and is the most popular bluebell fragrance available. Princess Diana, Kate Moss, and former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher have enjoyed this luxurious fragrance.

Penhaligon’s perfumes are an elegant olfactory treat for the nose. The nose knows quality when it smells it, and Penhaligon’s offers superior quality perfumes.