Thread: Grossmith Fragrances
Grossmith: Since 1835
Grossmith is one of England’s oldest perfume houses having been founded in London in 1835 by John Grossmith. Grossmith had a reputation for producing beautiful perfumes using natural ingredients imported from Grasse. The business was family run for three generations until 1924. Having been out of family ownership for 30 years, Grossmith is now owned by Simon Brooke, the great great grandson of the founder, John Grossmith.
The Revival of Grossmith
Grossmith brought in Robertet, the Grasse based fragrance house specialising in natural materials, to reproduce three classic fragrances: Hasu-No-Hana (1888), Phul-Nana (1891) and Shem-el-Nessim (1906) using the original formulae without reference to cost and keeping naturals wherever possible.
Roja Dove, the world’s leading fragrance authority and only Professeur des Parfums has described the remastered versions of these fragrances as being truly classic English perfumes, comparable to the greats of French perfumery of the time produced by Guerlain and Houbigant.
We welcome you to take a step back in time and discover the quality, elegance and wonderful complexity that has been the hallmark of Grossmith since 1835. A Luckyscent exclusive.
Bergamot, bitter orange, rose, jasmine, ylang ylang, iris, patchouli, oakmoss, vetiver, cedar, sandalwood and tonka bean
Bergamot, orange, neroli, geranium, tuberose, ylang ylang, patchouli, benzoin, cedar, sandalwood, opoponax, tonka bean and vanilla
Bergamot, neroli, geranium, jasmine, rose, ylang ylang, orris, musk, patchouli, cedar, sandalwood, heliotrope and vanilla
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Have you sampled these Grossmith fragrances, petruccijc?
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