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Fragrance description Penhaligon's Sartorial
Sartorial is an aromatic fougere fragrance for men from the portfolio of the British niche perfumier Penhaligon’s. Sartorial Eau de Toilette offers a modern interpretation of the classic fougere fragrance with a casual, elegant character.
The vast creativity of the structure of Penhaligon’s Sartorial Eau de Toilette fragrance reflects the originality of its inspiration perfectly. Sartorial opens in the head with accords of aldehydes, violet leaves, neroli, cardamom, black pepper and fresh ginger, accompanied by ozone and metallic effects. The heart scents are of cyclamen, lime blossom, lavender, leather and beeswax and the base is made up of notes of patchouli, myrrh, tonka bean, oakmoss, light musk, honey, vanilla, amber, cedar and other woody notes.
The overall aroma, combining fresh, spicy, aromatic, woody, metallic, floral and other sides, is complex, modern, masculine, casually elegant and refined. Penhaligon’s Sartorial Eau de Toilette is suitable for day and evening wear all year round, but is best on spring and autumn days.
- Base notes
- Amber, Cedar, Honey, Lichen, Myrrh, Patchouli, Tonka Beans, Vanilla, White Musk, Woody Notes
- Middle notes
- Beeswax, Cyclamen, Lavender, Leather, Lime (Linden) Blossom
- Top notes
- Aldehydes, Black Pepper, Cardamom, Ginger, Metallic Notes, Neroli, Ozone, Violet Leaves
- Fragrance category
About the brand Penhaligon's
Penhaligon’s is a British brand of luxury niche perfumes founded in 1870 and named after its founder, William Penhaligon. This Englishman, no stranger to creativity and enthusiasm for trying new things, captured the characteristic pompousness of his time. His first perfume was the Hammam Bouquet – inspired by the atmosphere of Turkish baths.
Today, the Penhaligon’s range contains a number of distinctive fragrances for women and men inspired by unique situations, unusual places and magical moments. The best-selling of them, Blenheim Bouquet, was created in 1902 at the request of the Duke of Marlborough at Blenheim Palace. Another distinguishing feature of Penhaligon’s is its original bottles, still made according to the founder’s original design – clear glass, a stopper and a distinctive bow on the neck.
From its beginnings in the decadent Victorian era all the way to the present day, Penhaligon’s has been making niche perfumes for the most demanding customers; perfumes that tell stories and draw inspiration from the unexpected.