Eau de Verveine Eau de Toilette by Penhaligon's London
Fragrance notes -
Head notes: Lime Oil, Lemon Oil, Petit Grain Oil, Bergamot, Coriander, Clary Sage, Armoise
Heart notes: Clove, Lavender
Base notes: Musk, Vanilla, Cedarwood
Eau de Verveine was originally created in 1949 and has been resurrected as part of our 2009 Anthology Collection.Anthology Series by Penhaligon's
Breathing new life into fragrances from the Penhaligon's archive.
Extract of Limes - Originally created in 1963, Extract of Limes is shattered sherbet and blossom honey. A classic citrus, penetrating and pure, with straight up West Indian lime, lemon oil and neroli. High, clear and instantly uplifting.
Eau de Verveine - Originally created in 1949, Eau de Verveine is a grassy aromatic, with citrus and woods. The scent of an Indian Summer, shimmering heat haze, soft metallics, crumbled herbs, spices, musk and vanilla. In the distance echoes the evocative promise of rain.
Gardenia - A soliflore, originally created in 1976, Gardenia is a translucent watercolour in soft washes of tuberose, jasmine, gardenia, ylang-ylang, spice and vanilla. A radiant magnolia-tinted portrait of one of nature’s most sensual blooms.
Night Scented Stock - A soliflore, originally created in 1976, Night Scented Stock is an edgy unfolding of pungent floral enchantment, deep with clove, heliotrope, violet, vanilla, musk and tonka bean. Hazy with arresting uncommon beauty.