Sunday, March 04, 2007
The English mark of perfumes and colonies Penhaligons, from its foundation in 1870 by William Henry Penhaligon, has become a referring one. Their most known fragrances are: Hamman Bouquet, Blenheim Bouquet, Douro and Quercus. Between his distinguished customer, the Duke of Malborough and Winston Churchill, although it can be conceited to count on appointments or real distinctions of the Prince of Wales and Duke de Edimburgh. Also it offers aromatic candles, soaps and accessories like collar stiffeners.
Information connected to Penhaligons:
- Renewed italian luxury: Acqua di parma
- Shaved and perfumes in London
- Acqua di Parma candles