sorry, but want to renovate my wardrobe for the cold season, thanx to all who answered previous threads your suggestions were all very helpful!
Elixir for winter.
I have tried most of them and like Opus 1870 the best.
Endymion is lovely for winter time, as well as LP.
However, my favourite are their Eau de Cologne and Castile, both pure class in a bottle
À l'air libre les oiseaux ont eux aussi le vertige (camille)
I have not smelled the entire line but I do love Sartorial.
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Racquets perfect mix USA/UK barbershop vibe with European Barbershop vibe.
PD:Sartorial not bad, but have a "medicinal touch" that don`t like
#TOP 5#: Antico Caruso, Penhaligons Racquets,Creed BayRhum Vetiver,Domenico Caraceni,Castle Forbes 1445
I only have small decant of Opus 1870 and I really like it.
***My favourite from my collection***
-------- Amouage Tribute Attar
------ Serge Lutens: Ambre Sultan
-------- Les Exclusifs de Chanel: Sycamore
------ Amouage: Fate Man
-------- Amouage: Epic Man
------ Tom Ford Private Blend: Noir de Noir
-------- Terre D'Hermès Pure Parfum
------ EDP FM: Carnal Flower
-------- Neela Vermire Creations: Trayee
------ Dior: Leather Oud
------- Hermèssence: Ambre Narguilé
Of those that I've tried, Sartorial. Endymion and Opus 1870 are the next two.
If I Could Only Have a Dozen:
1. Creed Green Irish Tweed
2. Creed Silver Mountain Water
3. Guerlain Vetiver
4. Acqua di Parma Colonia Intensa
5. Creed Bois Du Portugal
6. Chanel Pour Monsieur Concentree
7. Creed Tabarome Millesime
8. Guerlain Heritage
9. Penhaligon's Sartorial
10. Creed Royal Oud
11. Chanel Egoiste
12. Creed EROLFA
I am not a fan of the house, but my favorite is Sartorial.
Current Top Favorites:
1) Portrait of a Lady (EdP Frédéric Malle)
2) Giorgio for Men vintage (Giorgio Beverly Hills)
3) Dia Man vintage edt (Amouage)
4) Les Nombres d'Or Vetyver (Mona di Orio) - tie
4) Lalfeorosa (O'driù) - tie
6) Anat Fritz Original Formula and Classical (Anat Fritz)
7) Captain vintage (Molyneux)
8) Tzora (Anat Fritz)
I've only tried a few of them, but Sartorial stood far out from those that I tried.
I've only tried a few of them, and realized I liked LP No. 9 and Elixir. I'm saving up for a small bottle of the former. Hope to find it online as I don't want to pay an additional tax in NYC.
Sartorial is the only one I have right now. Endymion is really nice and I wish I still had it. None are really worth the price. They should really be priced like YSL scents, IMHO. My wife loves Artemesia for herself, but I don't like it.
Man, ive sniffed 3 which is Castile and own Satorial and Endymion. They are all really nice.
Hammam Bouquet is the most beautiful Penhaligon's scent, but Blenheim Bouquet is the most wearable.
This is my house.
Opus 1870- simple yet very commanding
Elixir- brisk AND warm
Edymion- Contemporary yet reserved
Sartorial- Lords/Douro's city cousin
Esprit Du Roi- Wow! wood and leather
Eau Sans Pareil- Opus 1870's sophisticated, evening cousin
Enjoy your winter!
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That i have used, Hammam Bouquet, then Duoro.
Sartorial has haunted me ever since i first smelt it in August, 2011. I cant explain why i haven't bought it yet.
ointments and perfume delight the heart....
Hammam Bouquet despite the quality of ingredients deteriorating recently.
Fine fragrance is alive; it breathes, unfolds and unravels with each passing hour....
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My son likes Sartorial
Opus 1870, Blenheim Bouquet and Endymion, in no particular order.
As with many fragrance houses, some of Penhaligon's can be very polarising and really need to be sampled. English Fern, for example, is likely to be liked by anyone who likes a classic fougere, and if that's you then you're probably relatively safe to buy it. But Hammam Bouquet is very divisive - many love it, but I find it quite repulsive.
My favourite of the Penhaligon's I have tried is Sartorial, which I think is one of the very best fragrances I have tried - it's the only one I have bought a bottle of so far.
My second favourite is Endymion, but it has poor longevity on me.
Elixer is my very favorite. I never tire of it.
“Perfume is like cocktails without the hangover, like chocolate without the calories, like an affair without tears, like a vacation from which you never have to come back.”
― Marian Bendeth“
I love Racquets which for some reason you cant find anymore - well not here in the UK.
Also Opus 1870, English Fern, Lp No 9,
Sartorial is not bad but I think its more of an older mans scent,
Theres more that are nice but cant remember which ones