Sartorial EDT 100ml
Inspired by the tailors on Savile Row, particularly the workshop of bespoke tailors Norton & Son’s. The heart of London’s bespoke finery; this is a three-piece suit of a fragrance for the more dapper amongst us. And what could be more pleasurable than the reassuring odour of ones tailor’s saloon? The aromatic steam of freshly pressed shirts – a clean Ozonic Note and Lavender fill the air, then a slightly Metallic Note of the needle working overtime, the softness of Beeswax in the thread as trousers are expertly hemmed, the Woody notes of the impressive and rather ostentatious work bench.
Top: Ozonic Effect, Metallic Effect, Violet Leaf, Neroli
Middle: Black Pepper, Fresh Ginger, Beeswax, Cyclamen, Linden Blossom, Lavender
Base: Leather, Gurgum Wood, Myrrh, Cedarwood, Tonka Bean, Oakmoss, Honey, Woody Notes
HOW IT WEARS
Sartorial is an Eau de Toilette so it should last anywhere from 4 - 6 hours on the skin, with this earthy and rich base we generally get closer to 6 hours wear. With its complex array of organic notes including Leather, Oakmoss and Beeswax mixed artfully with florals and spice, you’ll have yourself a clean, somewhat soapy and yet earthy projection and with good longevity. Very solid wear for an Eau de Toilette.
To us, Sartorial epitomises the fragrance of a well to do gentleman with a bit of an edge, and we love how it captures the intriguing combination of old world England meets London of the modern age. A luxurious, classy and classic fougere well appreciated for its history and versatility.
ABOUT THE BRAND
A classic English perfume house, William Penhaligon owned a barbershop, which became a perfumery in 1870, launching his first fragrance in 1872. This fragrance was created regularly for its many fans until the store was destroyed in The Blitz of 1941. Despite the store being destroyed, the fragrance house endured and was honoured with a Royal Warrant by the Duke of Wellington in 1956 for manufacturing toiletries. Many of the classic scents in Penhaligon's collection remain to this day, while many modern scents have been added. Penhaligon's remain true to William Penhaligon's vision of fine, traditional perfumes and techniques.
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