Definitive British Citrus
Blenheim Bouquet is a weightless wonder. Afloat on skin with the greatest of ease, this classic owes its luminous effervescence, in part, to its lack of heart notes. Still, every element that makes up this exceptionally refreshing scent is individually invigorating. Lemon is the indisputable champion of Blenheim's beginnings, it's uniquely terse, floral acidity curating an icy-cool deliciousness. Lime is a party, in one tight little orb of pithy rejoinders. As lime's piquant, verdant tang pops our mouths open into astounded 'Oh's!?, lavender lingers softly on our palates, a cool, slightly milky balm that keeps both lemon or lime from growing too acidic. A lack of heart notes means that this fragrance centers around a void: above and below a wide open expanse, notes occasionally dip into and out of this empty zone and either gain or release weight. Beneath this absence, pine drips its sweet, herbal honey, which is a piquant reminder of lime's plucky exterior. Musk is both invisible and delightfully present, a soft down that contains tiny particles of definitive animalism?or is that musky spice simply a large dose of black pepper? Black pepper volleys between fruity acidity and shimmering heat, like a misty mirage that evaporates into a spikily solid, granular groundcover. Eternally uplifting, Blenheim Bouquet is a paragon of the bright, light English citrus fragrance. As sharp as a bespoke custom and ephemerally beautiful as verse, this fragrance constantly evolves on skin, a culture unto itself. Notes: Lemon, Lime, Lavender, No heart note, Pine, Musk, Black pepper.
Alcohol Denat., Aqua (Water), Parfum (Fragramce), Limonene, Linalool, Citral, Geraniol, Hydroxycitronellal, Citronellol, Coumarin, Eugenol