Penhaligon’s has scent down to a science. The British perfume house, which was opened in the 1870s Mayfair by Cornish barber William Penhaligon, is known for innovative fragrances that tell a story, and its experts continue to reference the founder’s recipe books today.
The company still sells Penhaligon’s first ever fragrance, Hammam Bouquet, inspired by the scent of a nearby Turkish bath, as well as Blenheim Bouquet, created for the Duke of Marlborough. It also holds two royal warrants, supplying both the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales.
The Burlington Arcade store offers engraving, a private fragrance profiling experience and a custom blending service.
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