PRODUCT DETAILSIf London’s Mayfair has a scent it is probably by Penhaligon’s – now a thriving brand with two Royal warrants and a rich, colourful history.
It began in the 1874s when a Cornish barber, William Penhaligon was inspired by the exotic fragrances wafting out from the Turkish Baths favoured by royalty and wealthy businessmenin Jermyn Street. He created his first fragrance for gentlemen there, Hammam Bouquet, in 1874.
Penhaligon’s now has stores throughout London, while its men’s and women’s fragrances are sold around the world where their rich and original scents are highly prized, especially those from the Portraits collection, named after fictitious British gentlemen and cads.
Penhaligon’s – the essence of London life.
Portraits Much Ado About The Duke Eau De Parfum Natural Sprayfeatures:
- Made in England
- A floral but masculine scent for men with top notes of peppery rose, middle notes of gin and base notes of leathery wood.
- Inspired by Duke Nelson, who married the Duchess Rose and is eccentric and unusual.
- Housed in a signature glass flacon with a golden dog stopper.
- Presented in a richly illustrated box featuring Duke Nelson.
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