Penhaligon’s is an English perfume house, founded in the late 1860s by its namesake, Cornish barber William Penhaligon who moved to London and became court perfumer to Queen Victoria.
Today, Penhaligon's scents are made in England using the finest rare ingredients - from hand-squeezed bergamot, to jasmine at twice the price of gold. Penhaligon’s signature fragrance bottle is to William’s original design: clear glass with a distinctive ribbon-wrapped stopper.
Visit the Penhaligon’s boutique today and you’ll find a portfolio of unusual and distinctive fragrances for men and women: each designed to elicit a response. Times may change, trends may ebb and flow but the great traditions of Penhaligon’s continue.