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    Penhaligon'sBlenheim Bouquet Eau de Toilette 50ml<p>If you&#8217;re after a fresh fragrance with a faint hint of spice, Blenheim Bouquet - with its dapper bowtie around the bottleneck &#8211; perfectly fits the bill. Penhaligon&#8217;s have an extensive history dating back to 1872 and this crisp citrus scent is one from their archives that has survived the test of time and still holds its weight among today&#8217;s modern colognes. It takes its name from Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill (who even wore the scent himself). It opens with a zesty lime accord complemented by lavender - a fresh, &#8216;cool&#8217; herb often used in traditional &#8216;barbershop&#8217; scents. Intriguingly this scent has no &#8216;heart&#8217; (aka &#8216;middle notes&#8217; often found in perfumes), so once the top notes have dried down, you go immediately to the base &#8211; a soft peppery, musky blend that announces itself without fuss or fanfare. A succinct bouquet reminiscent of a softly spoken English gent - which many ladies love wearing too.</p>PEN006 50ml7936750203970 stars, based on0 reviews 72.00Cult BeautyNew

    Penhaligon's
    Blenheim Bouquet Eau de Toilette
    ( 50ml )

    £72.00
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    • Why it's Cult

      A delicate blend of citruses, spices and woods – Blenheim Bouquet is best summed up by Penhaligon’s Covent Garden Store Manager Richard Clayforth as being for the type of man who 'may not be the most romantic, but extremely loyal – he’ll never let you down.' This classic scent was created in 1902 for the 9th Duke of Marlborough and is still treasured today by fragrance fans. The understated bouquet with musky undertones provides a direct link back to the early 20th Century, a time of quietly refined, English gents in bowler hats. Yet at the same time, it still appears fresh and modern – a testament to its timeless appeal.

    • Description

      If you’re after a fresh fragrance with a faint hint of spice, Blenheim Bouquet - with its dapper bowtie around the bottleneck – perfectly fits the bill. Penhaligon’s have an extensive history dating back to 1872 and this crisp citrus scent is one from their archives that has survived the test of time and still holds its weight among today’s modern colognes. It takes its name from Blenheim Palace, the birthplace of Winston Churchill (who even wore the scent himself). It opens with a zesty lime accord complemented by lavender - a fresh, ‘cool’ herb often used in traditional ‘barbershop’ scents. Intriguingly this scent has no ‘heart’ (aka ‘middle notes’ often found in perfumes), so once the top notes have dried down, you go immediately to the base – a soft peppery, musky blend that announces itself without fuss or fanfare. A succinct bouquet reminiscent of a softly spoken English gent - which many ladies love wearing too.

    • How to use

      Spritz on as a final finishing touch to a tailored suit.

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