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Hammam Bouquet , Penhaligon's first scent, was dreamt up by William Penghaligon in 1872 after inhaling the steam and sulphurous aromas of the neighbouring Turkish baths on Jermyn Street, Piccadilly in London. These were wild ideas for wild times, and it is still the way Penhaligon's work today. Inspiration comes at the strangest moments and places: a magical moment, a stolen view, an idea crystallised.
Animalic and golden, it is warm and mature, redolent of old books, powdered resins and ancient rooms. At its heart is dusky Turkish rose, with jasmine, woods, musk and powdery orris. Heady and glamorous, Hammam Bouquet is evocative of the Edwardian era of decadence and excess.
Top Notes: Lavender and Bergamot
Heart Notes: Rose Otto, Cedarwood, Orris and Jasmine
Base Notes: Amber, Musk and Sandalwood
Penhaligon's fine fragrances are made in England using the finest rare ingredients; from hand-squeezed bergamot, to jasmine at twice the price of gold. The signature Penhaligon’s fragrance bottle is to William Penhaligon's original design: clear glass with a distinctive ribbon-wrapped top.
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