William Penhaligon, a dashing Englishman, took his vision for the finer things in life, combined with grandiosity, and bottled it up…literally. Penhaligon is an innovator in the world of men’s fragrances. Established since the 1870’s in London, England, Penhaligon has created an extensive line using only the best; from hand-squeezed Bergamot to delicate Jasmine, valued at twice the price of gold. Today Penhaligon’s boutique showcases 34 unique and distinctive fragrances. The good news is that you don’t need to travel quite that far, as we carry some of the top brand within the Penhaligon line.
Made in 1927 this was a heritage fragrance that was revitalized in 2009 to suite the modern man’s sense of smell. LP NO. 9 Created in 1999, the LP No. 9 is more of a sensual, seductive yet sweet fragrance. It boasts of ylang-ylang and has some warm hints of spiciness.
This fragrance tells a story about a mortal who was loved so much by the Goddess of the moon that she put him to sleep forever so that only she alone could visit him every night. This is a great night time fragrance, although you may not want to wear this during the full moon! OPUS 1870 Sweet citrus and black peppers mixed in with earthy tones. Sounds perfect for those cold Autumn nights. Endymion
Created by Perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour, Sartorial is a traditional yet modern fragrance, featuring lavender, bergamot, white musk and much more.
Created by Olivier Cresp, this popular fragrance was inspired by London Dry Gin. Get intoxicated with this multi-faceted scent, boasting of juniper berry, soft leather and brown sugar. All Penhaligon fragrances are packaged in clear glass bottles with its signature, distinctive ribbon underneath the stopper.
Tobacco and cigars are, of course, inseparable, so it makes sense to start with the history of tobacco to understand curiosities you never knew about cigars and how influential the Cuban cigar has been to the industry at large.
The history of the Cuban cigars is a complicated one that starts with the global history of tobacco and ends with a nation’s dominance over the cigar industry.