Penhaligon’s olfactive bestiary
When the British perfume house makes fun of aristocracy.
We've know the deer, also known as Lord George, since last September – with its reassuring woody and amber fern notes - and the dog, meaning The Duke, a provocative scent born with a spicy and woody rose on the lapel. We also discovered their feminine alter egos : the little fox, Duchess Rose, and its taste for the delicate cripsness of a blooming rose, and the panther, Lady Blanche, which tends more toward the narcotic side (iris, narcissus and hyacinth)...
Two new whimsical ones will join the happy crew next February : the peacock, Clara, and its sulfurous fragrance evocative of a woman that stands in the dark, and that wants to torture her lover with powerful oriental accents (amber, patchouli and cinnamon) ; and the lion, Radcliff, that offers a rhum, spice and tabacco cocktail for night owls and fog chasers.
Now available in the stores : The Tragedy of Lord George, Much Ado about the Duke, The Coveted Duchess Rose, The Revenge of Lady Blanche, Portraits collection, PENHAGLION'S. From February 2017, Clandestine Clara and Roaring Radcliff, Portraits Collection, PENHALIGON'S, 225 euros for 75 ml.
Animation : Laurence Hovart & Team