Penhaligon's Sartorial - Made to Pleasure

It was inspiring of Penhaligon's to create a fragrance based on the evocative aromas of a tailor's workroom, and a very specific workroom at that. Hand made in England using the finest ingredients, the latest eau-de-toilette for men from Penhaligon's, Sartorial, has been designed with the workroom at Savile Row tailors Norton & Sons in mind.

Finest Ingredients
All the bottles have ribbon bows on the neck, but you can imagine this one as a bow tie.
Definitively masculine
I am a big squirter of their Castile fragrance, and also of the English Fern aftershave, which contains witch hazel and menthol for a proper after shave tonic, so was eager to try Sartorial. And very nice it is too. There is wood, old leather-bound books and rich floral in there, and a nice bit of spice. Reassuring and elegant, like your favourite suit. Definitively masculine.

Smell the colours
The promo video for Penhaligon's Sartorial is an animation by Quentin Jones. It shows the master perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour who created the fragrance at Norton & Sons absorbing the scents and smells of the workrooms.

Smell the colours, gents.


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