By the end of Queen Victoria's reign, William Penhaligon had been appointed Barber and Perfumer to the Royal Court. In 1903 the business was granted a Royal Warrant by Queen Alexandra. Now, over 140 years later,Penhaligon's is proud to hold two long-standing Royal Warrants from HRH The Prince of Wales and HRH the Duke of Edinburgh.Penhaligon's prides itself on its individuality. Inspired by the past, stimulated by the present and committed to the future, their products share a timeless elegance which represents a rich history whilst acknowledging a very contemporary taste for exclusive style.
Artemisia introduced in 2002, Blenheim Bouquet first sold during 1902, Bluebell 1978, Castile 1999, Douro 1910, Elixir 2008, Elizabethan Rose 1984, Ellenisia 2004, Endymion 2003, English Fern 1911, Hammam Bouquet created 1872, LP No. 9 for Ladies re-introduced 2009, LP No. 9 for Men re-introduced 2009, Lavandula 2004, Lily of the Valley 1976, Malabah 2003, Opus 1870 2006, Quercus 1996, Samarkand 1995, Violetta 1976.
There is also a special Fragrance Library Set of 10 available as well as a range of Home Fragrances.