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Elisabethan Rose (1984)
by Penhaligon's


Elisabethan Rose information

Year of Launch1984
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 41 votes)

People and companies

Parent CompanyPuig Beauty & Fashion Group
Parent Company at launchSheila Pickles

About Elisabethan Rose

Elisabethan Rose is a feminine perfume by Penhaligon's. The scent was launched in 1984

Elisabethan Rose fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  2. Heart Notes
  3. Base notes

Reviews of Elisabethan Rose

I love a rose fragrance I like the fact that this has a fairly clean rose smell, uninterrupted by the other ingredients. My only complaint is that this fragrance does not last very long on my skin.
21st July, 2015
Very feminine scent with a nice soft base note. Light and rosy smelling as you might expect. Reminds me of the small kitchen in my childhood home; I would cut my mother's tea roses and put them in a little round vase and it made the kitchen smell so good. Good scent for spring and summer, I think.
18th April, 2012
This was the very first fragrance I tried from the range (apart from the lily of the valley my mother had, cliched I know) and still holds a special place. I still remember the next day as I went to put on my overcoat that lovely, subtle rosy aroma unexpectedly wafted into my nose. Nowadays however it seems that unless I do smell it without realising it smells very aldehyde-like and sharp, somewhat blocking the rose. It is very fresh and clean, not at all heavy or too heady, just a nice, light watercolour of roses, with a classic, English feel
19th November, 2009
One of the top five roses IMHO - very lovely scent
11th August, 2009
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United Kingdom
A light fresh rose that is a delight in the warmer months. It doesn't stay on my skin long but is a classic beauty.
21st March, 2009
This is an excellent and powerful tea rose scent. Despite the 8 ingredients listed, my nose can only distinguish this one ingredient. Very feminine and a little goes a very long way. Odd that it is named Elisabethan Rose, in that the tea rose did not arrive in the UK until the late 18th century and didn't flourish there until the mid-late 19th century. The name connotes that it was a scent in existence during the reign of Elizabeth I, but could not have been. Perhaps it's named after another "Elisabeth." Wonderful in any case as soap, lotion, powder, as well as cologne.

Top Notes: Aldehydes; Geranium
Middle Notes: Camomile; Violet; Rose
Base Notes: Musk; Amber; Sandalwood
21st January, 2009

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