Blenheim Bouquet by
Penhaligon's - a Fresh and
Citrusy Fragrance - Dry
Blenheim Bouquet by Penhaligon'sSubtle citrus, woody musk, the exhilaration of pine: created in 1902 and named after Blenheim Palace, the home of the Dukes of Marlborough. Later a favourite of Churchill, this is the classic fragrance of England.Kindly scroll down to view product range; multiple pages.
Head Notes Lemon, Lime and Lavender
Heart Notes: Blenheim has no heart notes
Base Notes: Pine, Musk and Black pepper
Blenheim Bouquet by Penhaligon's: Created in 1902, a revolution in scent, its sophisticated sharpness cutting through the world of opulent orientals and weak colognes of the era.
The classic fragrance. Aristocratic and restrained. An elegant subtle citrus with the sherbet fizz of gin and tonic. Fresh warm citrus and lavender notes are dusted with pepper and dried down into bracingly cool conifers and woods.
Clean, fresh, discreet and timeless.