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Blenheim Bouquet (1902)
by Penhaligon's


Blenheim Bouquet information

Year of Launch1902
AvailabilityIn Production
Average Rating
(based on 373 votes)

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Parent CompanyPuig Beauty & Fashion Group

About Blenheim Bouquet

Blenheim Bouquet is a masculine fragrance by Penhaligon's. The scent was launched in 1902

Blenheim Bouquet fragrance notes

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

Reviews of Blenheim Bouquet

Smells just wonderful- very fresh and quite appealing. The problem is that 2 hours later, it was gone. As in, completely disappeared. If this baby had any kind of longevity, it would easily be full-bottle worthy. Oh how I wish...
07th May, 2017
the main problem with this scent is duration and projection but if you go heavy with the sprayer you get a blast of lemon and musky woods, this scent was Winston Churchill signature scent..originally made for the Duke Of Marlborough, back int the day this gem must have been a pure blast of classiness, with today restrictions it's a tamed beast.
The architecture of the scent is very retro but it exudes classiness! I got some serious compliments from ladies!

14th December, 2016
Blenheim Bouquet isn't a bad fragrance, and might be a great option if you work in a confined space or just don't want to project a scent.

My issue is that the pleasant smelling top notes fade away too quickly and your left with a clean laundry scent that stays on the skin.

I prefer the much richer, better performing AdP product in this genre.
09th September, 2016
Cool lemony citrus that takes on a warming gingery black pepper and woodsy aspect Ė this is now the template for many a concoction aimed at chaps. Penhaligonís may have got there first, but your wallet may be better served by a serviceable dupe.
For what itís worth, the citrus has a light infusion of summery lavender and the pepper smells joyously good. Why this kind of blend conjures thoughts of boardroom pinstripe suits with a silvery finish or forelock flicking tennis players in whites, I do not know. What I do know is itís not me in this lifetime. Nonetheless, a briskly executed piece of work.
25th August, 2016
For the life of me, I can't understand why anybody would want to smell like this when there are so many other amazing fragrances on the market. I can appreciate that it was created in 1902 and some folks are fascinated with wearing vintage scents, but the aroma is worse than most cleaning products and smells just as alcoholy (if that's even a word), and would definitely fail to illicit a favorable response from 9 out of 10 ladies on any given day, and the 10th would probably look like Marge Simpson's wretched sisters. I don't care which turn of the century president wore this, you'd be better off to scent yourself with Irish Spring and be done with it! Acqua di Parma or Dunhill original (1934) would be much better options, indeed.
29th March, 2016
I like this a lot. It is a bracing citrus opening that fades into a wood and black pepper dry down. It's a very masculine and unique scent that is also quintessentially elegant and English (in a manly way).

I have not smelled anything exactly like it previously and while longevity isn't extraordinary, sillage is good and it's a fragrance that is worth having in a gentleman's medicine cabinet.
26th February, 2016

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