New Additions to Penhaligon's Anthology
Following the 2009 launch of the first four fragrances
in their Anthology collection, Penhaligon’s
are set to release the next two fragrances from the collection on the 29th March. The two fragrances they have selected to revive from their vast archives are the classic citrus Eau de Cologne originally created in 1927, and the luminous Orange Blossom, created in 1976.
The formulation of the 1927 Eau de Cologne
remains unchanged, offering a unique insight into the fragrance tastes and trends of the period. It is a classic citrus with subtle notes of orange and rosemary.
The Orange Blossom
has been created by master perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour, inspired by the 1976 original scent. It has been transformed into a honeyed floral, complimented by notes of Calabrian orange, bergamot, Virginian cedar, rose and peach water.
The two fragrances will be priced £95 for 100ml. Another six fragrances will be added to the anthology, two later this year, and four in 2011.