What-ho! As dry and fresh as the best gin – or the best of British humour. Lemon, black pepper and pine. This eau de toilette was first created for the Duke of Marlborough, and by jove it shows.
Created in 1902 and taking its name from Blenheim Palace, the seat of one of England’s most respected bloodlines, Blenheim Bouquet is a bracing mix of citrus oils, spices and woods.
Penhaligon's fine fragrances are made in England using the finest rare ingredients.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE IT:
- The signature fragrance bottle is to William Penhaligon's original design: clear glass with a distinctive ribbon-wrapped top.
- Head Notes of Lemon, Lime, Lavender.
- Base Notes of Black Pepper, Pine, Musk.
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