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Queen Street (2017)
by Haeckels for Grenson

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Queen Street information

Year of Launch2017
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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HouseHaeckels
Created ForGrenson

About Queen Street

Named after the site of the original Grenson shoe factory in Rushden, Northamptonshire — the fragrance contains notes inspired by the craft of shoemaking.

Queen Street fragrance notes

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I like this fragrance. Bought it blind hoping for more leather, but I am happy and surprised with the melony but lively green opening notes. I think I can smell what they describe as glue accord as well as a very dry base which is the leather. Queen Street is a truly unique and is an original combination of notes. It smells British for some hard to describe reason. I am reminded of Jack by Richard E. Grant which is also very British in character and has a similar combination of green notes on top of very dry leather - but different than this one. I know you might be thinking it so I will say this is not an Aventus clone, not even close. Something in the melon and green opening smells a little like a candy, but it is a good overall tone due to the changes and contrasts. Well done for a rare summer green and weathered but still fresh leather from Grenson.
01st February, 2018

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