Blenheim Bouquet by Penhaligon's is an “Eau de Toilette” for men with citrus notes. It is a fragrance dedicated to the classic 'gentleman' English, an elegant and serious profile, sophisticated and exquisite education, and any unforeseen is endowed with an enviable knowledge to be. This perfume was created in 1902 by William Penhaligon, owner of the firm perfumes and visionary moment, he tripped to London to open this shop, next to the most important sastrerías city. It is a refined and exquisite perfume, which counts more than 100 years in the market, and still has a loyal entourage of followers. In its awakening we can distinguish two groups of Basic notes: the encouraging and basic, therefore, this fragrance has no heart notes. In the beginning we can highlight lavender, lemon and lime amalfi, responsible for transport us to the green fields of England , plains and fields full of vegetation intermingled with pine, musk and black pepper.
SMOOTH AND SELECT. We are facing a creation by the early twentieth century, where masculine delicateness was one of the greatest virtues to contemplate, and to this day still remaining reflected in this fragrance.
EXCELLENT BOTTLE. The bottle, elegant and made with transparent glass, with a distinctive label on the front, where we can see the shields of the brand , and in the neck of the bottle, found its most exquisite part, a delicately knotted pearl bond.
SCENT OF NOBILITY. This fragrance has been used by several members of the British Royal Family, and its creator William Henry Penhaligon was distinguished as a Barber and perfumer of the Court.
Blenheim Bouquet by Penhaligon's, is a fragrance belonging to the citrus family. Because of its scent notes, it is intended for daily throughout the year, especially in the warmer seasons. It has high binding properties despite its fresh and citrus notes. This fragrance is recommended for men over 40 years old with an elegant and stately profile, the features of an English gentleman.
To make your scent last longer, apply your fragrance to your wrists and behind the ear lobe. These pulse points have a temperature superior to the rest of the body, and this will help the fragrance to evaporate slower. Avoid spraying perfume on the clothes as it can stain, damage and alter certain fabrics. To prolong the longevity of the fragrance, we recommend using products from the same range such as shower gels, body lotions or deodorants.
Protect your fragrance from direct sunlight and heat, otherwise it could alter the composition of the fragrance and escape.