British toiletries firm established in the late 1860s by William Henry Penhaligon and currently owned by Puig. Prior owners include Laura Ashley, The Limited and Fox Paine.
The first Penhaligon's fragrance, Hammam Bouquet, launched in 1872. Other well known scents include Blenheim Bouquet, created for the Duke of Marlborough.
Modern introductions include Bluebell (1978), Quercus (1996), Castile (1998), LP No. 9 for Women (1998), LP No. 9 for Men (1999), Castile (1999), Artemisia (2002), and Lily & Spice (2006), Elixir (2008), Amaranthine (2009), Sartorial (2010), Juniper Sling (2011), Peoneve (2012).
In 2009, Penhaligon's introduced Penhaligon's Anthology, a collection of fragrances from their archives updated by perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour. The first four scents in the series were Extract of Limes, Eau de Verveine, Gardenia and Night Scented Stock.
Recent fragrances from Penhaligon's
Where to buy
As of mid-2016, there are Penhaligon's boutiques in New York City, Los Angeles, Stanford, CA and Short Hills, NJ. Several more stores are slated to open this year.
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